The main star in Hillary Clinton's latest presidential campaign ad isn't the Democratic front-runner herself. Rather, it's a top House Republican whose recent comments about the special committee investigating the Benghazi attacks has served as political fodder for Democrats.
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In a new interview with the Spanish-language TV channel Telemundo on Monday, Hillary Clinton blamed her former boss, President Obama, for an aggressive deportation enforcement policy which she said unfairly breaks up families.
The White House is considering whether President Obama can take executive action to enforce stronger gun control measures, White House spokesman Joshua Earnest said on Monday.
Democrats on the House Select Committee on Benghazi released a transcript of portions of testimony given last month by Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton's chief of staff at the State Department, and say they plan to release the rest in the next five days.
Hillary Clinton's new gun control policy proposal includes a threat to take unilateral executive action to close the so-called gun show loophole. But a different Hillary Clinton --- the one that ran for president in 2008 --- opposed such "blanket rules" during a debate in April of that year.
When a company that listed former U.S. Ambassador Joseph Wilson as a consulting director was stymied in its negotiations with General Electric over equipment it needed for a power plant project in Tanzania, the career diplomat knew just the person to get in touch with: Hillary Clinton.
Videos have emerged of Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James shooting a couple of high-powered machine guns, undermining his comments earlier this week that "there's no room for guns" in the U.S.
Hillary Clinton slammed world leaders whose nations support anti-gay policies at an event on Saturday hosted by the LGBT civil rights group Human Rights Campaign. But while the Democratic presidential candidate singled out Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, as a particularly outspoken opponent of gay rights, she failed to mention the leader of a west African nation who has publicly supported laws criminalizing "voluntary sodomy."
The estimated 11 million illegal aliens in the U.S. could help elect Hillary Clinton to the White House in 2016.
Jeb Bush came under heavy criticism Friday after he said during a discussion of the recent mass shooting at Oregon's Umpqua Community College that "stuff happens." But video of the event suggests his remarks were taken out of context.
An emerging Democratic talking point is that the investigation being conducted by the House Select Committee investigating the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on Benghazi is the longest-running inquiry ever undertaken by Congress.
Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson is calling on the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt status of a Muslim civil rights group that called for him to drop out of the presidential race last month.
The 26-year-old man who killed 10 people at an Oregon community college on Thursday reportedly maintained a short-lived blog where he wrote about two recent high-profile shootings and uploaded a variety of pirated files, including porn videos and documentaries about infamous mass shootings.
Former U.S. Ambassador Joseph Wilson caused "embarrassment" to a company he consulted for by lobbying then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton in an email he sent through her longtime friend and ally, Sidney Blumenthal, according to court documents obtained by The Daily Caller.
The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed Thursday that the agency is investigating the security of former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton's private email server.
Hillary Clinton reached out to three Democratic members of Congress who were on the fence about Obamacare in the days before the landmark health care bill was set for a vote, new emails released by the State Department reveal.
The latest release of Hillary Clinton emails reveals for the first time that two high-ranking State Department officials -- Sec. of State John Kerry and Under Secretary for Management at State Patrick Kennedy -- corresponded with Clinton on her personal email account while she was in office.
Hackers with ties to Russia tried at least five times to infiltrate Hillary Clinton's personal email account when she was secretary of state, emails released by the State Department on Wednesday indicate.
A top Hillary Clinton aide wrote in one of the emails released by the State Department on Wednesday that it would be unwise to advertise that agency officials were using off-the-books email accounts because it might attract hackers.