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Latest Hillary Clinton Items
Political talk show host Bill Maher said in a sit-down interview with Larry King on Ora.tv's PoliticKING that he's already picked his No. 1 president-vice president team for 2016 — former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
The liberal bully of the week goes to the palace-guard media, which will not allow certain questions to be asked about their favorite Democratic candidates.
Conservative talk show guru Rush Limbaugh said the main reason youthful voters seem to like former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is because she is a female.
If you’re Jeb Bush, you already have enough factors working against you (Bush fatigue, the base doesn’t want you, etc.) Why saddle yourself with extra baggage?
It is a sign of Barack Obama's receding presidency that Hillary Clinton is drawing more attention from the national news media and political power brokers.
A new poll shows Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical matchup in Ohio but still faring better than any other GOP candidate.
Pennsylvania's hottest congressional primary contest is generating millions of dollars in campaign spending and the personal involvement of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has been holding off an announcement on his White House intent: He's been waiting, along with several other Democratic potential candidates, for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to decide to run and either free up or grab up key campaign contributor dollars.
GOP strategist Karl Rove said at a recent conference that Republicans should keep pressing for answers about Benghazi — and that former Secretary of State and likely 2016 presidential contender Hillary Clinton could very well have brain damage.