Between April 2013 and March 2015, she gave 91 paid speeches averaging $235,000 apiece, for a total of $21,648,000. This excerpt from "How I Lost" spotlights three of those talks.
A growing bipartisan alliance wants to restore Glass-Steagall legislation, which ensured that investment banks and commercial banks couldn't cohabit. But what will the president do?
The Massachusetts senator slammed the treasury secretary for his confusing statements during a Senate Banking Committee hearing Thursday.
His campaign and analysts counter the media frenzy that says Sanders has no plan and call into question the New York Daily News interview that sparked it.
Giant Wall Street banks continue to threaten the wellbeing of millions of Americans, but what to do?
In a Salon review Sunday of Ralph Nader's spring 2014 book "Unstoppable," Bill Curry, former White House counselor to President Bill Clinton, takes Democrats led by Clinton and Barack Obama to task for making their party an indentured servant of Wall Street and gifting economic populism to the right.
A look at the day's political happenings, including a Koch brother campaigns to get rid of the minimum wage and the Texas woman who was silenced by state lawmakers while testifying against a restrictive abortion bill gets "the last word."
I’d make clear to the American people that they made a choice in 2012 but that right-wing House Republicans have been blocking that choice, and the only way to implement that choice is for Congress to pass the Build America’s Future Act.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s new tour de force book "Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder" is a frame-of-reference altering work that a Wall Street Journal reviewer confessed he would have to read “again and again”