Hillary Clinton signaled Tuesday that she wasn't terribly concerned about the treatment of the press after her campaign kept them behind a rope line as she walked in a Fourth of July parade Saturday in New Hampshire.
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Hillary Clinton may have sat down for her first national television interview Tuesday, but the number pale in comparison to the only other female in the presidential contest thus far.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that every step she took with her emails was "permitted by law," adding that she went "above and beyond what anyone could have expected."
In her first national television interview, Hillary Clinton said that San Francisco "made a mistake" by not deporting Francisco Sanchez, the illegal immigrant that murdered Kate Steinle last week and had been deported five times.
During a press avail after an event in Iowa Tuesday, Hillary Clinton decided against weighing in on the ongoing Iran negotiations, which were pushed into double overtime when the two sides could not reach a resolution by the Tuesday deadline.
Former President Jimmy Carter argued Tuesday Jesus Christ would "approve" of gay marriage if he were around in an interview with HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill.
CNN commentator and Hillary Clinton supporter Paul Begala didn't shy away from Bernie Sanders' surging poll numbers in recent weeks on "New Day," admitting Tuesday that Sanders support is alive and well in early primary states.
Former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday that the United States' current influence in the Israel-Palestine conflict is "at an all-time low," adding that the U.S. has "basically relinquished" its past role as a "trusted mediator."
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly went off on the Obama administration and administrators in San Francisco Monday night after 30-year-old Kate Steinle was murdered by an illegal immigrant, Francisco Sanchez, who was deported five times previously.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer ripped into real estate mogul Donald Trump Monday night, dismissing him as a "rodeo clown" and his antics as "not serious politics."
Two days after the Clinton campaign infuriated the press corps by corralling them with a rope at a parade, one prominent journalist is defending Team Hillary's actions as "purely logistical."
As his poll numbers continue to climb, the ghosts of Bernie Sanders's past have started to crop up. And just like some of his political philosophies, some nuggets from his past are certainly interesting.
CNN's Brianna Keilar just nabbed one of the biggest interviews of the year: the first national interview with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton since her campaign launch.
For the first time since her April 12th presidential campaign announcement, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will sit down for a national television interview.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that Sen. Rand Paul should sit before Congressional hearings if the U.S. is hit with a terror attack following his opposition to the renewal of the Patriot Act.
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Hillary For America communications director Jennifer Palmieri argued Monday that "issues" raised by opponents of Hillary Clinton are simply the "price of admission" voters must accept.
Former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele called out his former employers and current RNC chair Reince Priebus for not pushing back harder against recent comments by Donald Trump regarding Mexican illegal immigrants on "Meet The Press" Sunday.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders argued on "State of the Union" Sunday that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is "the candidate of the Democratic establishment" after receiving criticism from Hillaryland over his left-wing positions.
CNN's "State of the Union" panel ripped former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her campaign Sunday one day after staffers corralled the press behind a rope as Clinton walked in a Fourth of July parade in New Hampshire.