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- Drone almost blocks California firefighting planes
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- John Kerry: Millions displaced by religious fighting in 2013
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- Hamas turns to North Korea for weapons deal, Iran for money
- Syrian casualties surge as jihadis consolidate
Latest Hillary Clinton Items
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an eyebrow raiser of a statement on CNN, claiming that former President George W. Bush actually brought out her patriotism and made her proud of her American roots.
Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney would win the popular vote if a rematch of the 2012 election against President Obama were held today, a CNN/ORC poll has revealed.
If Hillary Clinton is inevitable, why are so many mice scurrying about under her feet? Hillary is supposed to be the juggernaut of the ages, awash in money, feminist adulation and nostalgia for the security and serenity of the Clinton years, when nothing much happened beyond Bubba's Oval Office pantry.
Many of the Democrats who tell the world from the bumpers of their hybrids that they're "Ready for Hillary 2016," regard Hillary Clinton as something of a rock star. She does, too.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing new fire from the press over observations that she steadfastly refuses to take any questions from the media while touring for her new book, "Hard Choices."
Libertarian radio host Neal Boortz came to Hillary Rodham Clinton's defense on Tuesday after the potential presidential candidate came under fire in recent weeks for defending a child rapist during her lawyer days in 1975.
Hillary Clinton isn't likely ever to become president of the United States.
Hillary Clinton is the most well-known and liked of 16 presidential contenders in both parties, a poll released Thursday found.
That noisy flutter above the rooftops is the sound of chickens coming home, trying to find a place on the crowded Democratic roost.