Bill Clinton is hungering once again to play a central role in his wife's presidential campaign. And Hillary Rodham Clinton's advisers are once again grappling with how to deploy Bill Clinton, a strategic imperative executed so poorly in 2008 that it resulted in some of the worst moments of her campaign.
NEW YORK — Bill and Hillary Clinton are going back to the White House this spring — onstage, that is.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s fundraising team plans to raise money only for the presidential primaries when she launches her 2016 campaign and initially will avoid general-election fundraising.
WASHINGTON -- Approaching a likely presidential campaign announcement next month, Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that income inequality and wage stagnation are problems that go hand in hand and the nation needs creative solutions to bolster job opportunities and living conditions in the cities.
No Benghazi cover-up seen
WASHINGTON -- A month after the September 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, House Republicans grilled a top State Department official for hours about security lapses at the outpost.
WASHINGTON -- The chairman of a House committee investigating the deadly 2012 attacks on U.S. diplomatic sites in Benghazi, Libya, formally requested Friday that Hillary Rodham Clinton turn over her email server for an independent review.
The family of former U.S. Sen. Dale Bumpers had a diary attributed to him "temporarily pulled" from the University of Arkansas library Wednesday after discovering that it contained comments critical of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Ex-senator’s son doubts ’82 wording
Former U.S. Sen. Dale Bumpers described Bill and Hillary Clinton as "the most manic obsessive people I have ever known in my life, and perhaps even the most insensitive to everybody else's feelings," according to papers on file at the University of Arkansas library.
Mook, 35, tries to bridge generational divide, put out fires
On MSNBC last week, 70-year-old James Carville denounced the coverage of his old friend Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of a personal email account at the State Department, ticking off two decades' worth of scandals surrounding the Clintons that he attributed to an irresponsible news media.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is taking steps to move past lingering scrutiny of her email practices as secretary of state, bringing aboard a veteran Democratic communications adviser and filling out her team ahead of an expected presidential campaign launch in the coming weeks.
The chairman of a House committee investigating deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, said Wednesday that he wants an independent review of Hillary Rodham Clinton's email server, which she insists should remain private.
Turned in work messages, deleted personal, she says
Hillary Rodham Clinton conceded Tuesday that she should have used government email as secretary of state and acknowledged she had destroyed tens of thousands of emails in her private account that she described as personal in nature.
NEW YORK — Breaking her silence, Hillary Rodham Clinton conceded Tuesday that she should have used a government email as secretary of state, but insisted she was not violating any rules or seeking to hide her communications.
Democrat Feinstein calls on ex-secretary to ‘step up’
WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton should fully explain her actions involving the use of a private, nongovernment email account when she was the country's top diplomat, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said Sunday, becoming the first major Democrat to urge Clinton to share more details of the private account.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Former President Bill Clinton on Saturday defended his foundation's acceptance of donations from foreign governments, pointing to the track record of his global philanthropy as Hillary Rodham Clinton nears an announcement on a 2016 presidential campaign.