Clinton was known for her collegiality bipartisan work with many Senate Republicans.
To me, this New York Times column nails Donald Trump
We are a democracy — and we only know one approach to solving our problems.
I believe there are three undisputed facts that undermine his subjective characterization.
My friend Hillary is the real deal.
Does anyone report a single fact — not two, not three, just one — as evidence that Lynch is lying?
This election should encompass a debate about the future of the U.N.
Paul Ryan needs to join in opposing Trump to save not only the party but his own conscience.
Isn’t Hillary Clinton being held to a double standard? I’m shocked, shocked.
What about the $6 million he said he raised for vets instead of debating?
I am hoping that the question is when, not whether, he will earn that third cheer
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have at least one thing in common.
Lanny Davis isn’t helping Hillary’s case
The senator judges Hillary Clinton by a yardstick he doesn’t apply to himself.
Clinton leads among elected pledged delegates from 35 contests by 263 delegates
Our attitude should be: The more people hear him, the better it is for us.
I expect a campaign that will result in a historic political realignment in America
So there it is: Clinton’s message, easy to understand. It’s a message of optimism for the future.
A Bruce Springsteen concert in the Purple Nation.
To progressive Democrats I respectfully ask: Do you want to take the risk that you are wrong?