Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook suggested that branding Republicans as “bigoted and extreme” was in the long-term interest of the campaign, according to hacked emails released by WikiLeaks.
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Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden criticized Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for calling herself a “moderate” Democrat when others are selling her as a “progressive."
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton came out against a New Hampshire natural gas pipeline after privately telling trade unions she “does not oppose pipelines,” according to emails.
A federal judge ruled the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) must study how many coal industry workers have been laid off due to federal environmental regulations.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s aides were confused at President Barack Obama’s claim that he had no idea the former secretary of state was using a private email server.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign discussed intentionally getting “diverse” crowds to do “U-S-A chants” to counter the “angry white guy” chants heard at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rallies.
The biggest players in the chemical industry were all too happy to line up behind the United Nations (U.N.) deal to cut hydroflourocarbons (HFCs) from air conditioners, freezers and other appliances.
A cyber-intelligence company found about 200 files from one of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s closest confidantes on a Romanian server, according to the FBI’s latest release of findings from their investigation into the former secretary of state’s handling of classified materials.
There’s little to no evidence man-made global warming is hurting U.S. crop yields in corn belt states, according to a climate scientist who’s spent years consulting on the issue.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said in paid speeches to Wall Street bankers that hydraulic fracturing was a “gift” the U.S. should exploit to achieve energy independence.
Two attorneys with close ties to the Clinton family believe then-Sen. Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign “flooded” the caucuses with “ineligible voters,” according to leaked emails.
Democratic strategists and Hillary Clinton campaign staff discussed using cities struck by environmental catastrophes, like lead leaching into Flint’s water, to attract young minority voters.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign manager John Podesta was furious with liberal billionaire Tom Steyer for apparently throwing the former secretary of state under bus in a New York Times article, according to leaked emails.
CNBC chief Washington correspondent and New York Times columnist John Harwood congratulated Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta on the “climate deal” he helped get through the United Nations in 2015.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s staff said it would be “lethal” for the former secretary of state to support taxing carbon dioxide to fight global warming, according to hacked emails.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent a lengthy Middle East intelligence breakdown in an email to longtime ally and lobbyist John Podesta while he was working in the White House.
Hillary Clinton’s inner circle proposed inviting a small group of reporters to lobbyist John Podesta’s home for an "off-the-record" dinner to talk about "the only people they should trust" with campaign news, leaked emails show.
Then-ABC News correspondent Jake Tapper laid into Hillary Clinton aide John Podesta and a writer for the liberal blog ThinkProgress for “printing something so untrue,” according to emails released by WikiLeaks.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s eventual campaign manager said the “Clinton’s won't forget what their friends have done for them” in an email to Democratic power-broker John Podesta regarding moving the Illinois primary date.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told supporters global warming likely made Hurricane Matthew “more destructive” while at a campaign event with former Vice President Al Gore.