Hillary Clinton needs a big idea that gives her presidential candidacy a purpose and rationale -- and, if she’s elected, a mandate to get something hugely important done.
Young voters are signing up in record numbers for the California presidential primary, and Sanders is hoping for a final surge on Monday—the registration deadline in the delegate-rich state.
Kate McKinnon plays an anxious and desperately ingratiating Hillary Clinton on "Saturday Night Live" in the lead-up to next week's crucial New York primary.
The presidential candidate is little known among minorities He will have to convince those communities that his focus on economic inequality is tightly tied to their interests, too His focus on income inequality may reflect a belief by the presidential candidate that the most important way to help both minority and white communities is to ensure that everyone gets a fair chance at making it.
Open letters are the next new thing, so let's imagine Hillary Clinton sending a simple note to all voters.
What’s the reason for the tempest in the teapot of Hillary and Bill Clinton’s personal finances?
Hillary Clinton's media savvy was on full display Saturday during an appearance on the Turkish equivalent of "The View." Dishing on family and fashion, Clinton was by all accounts a hit in a country where only 9 percent view the U.S. favorably. Update: Video
Rush Limbaugh asks why women don't like him. Well, I think I know why. Pull up a chair, my dears, and I'll tell you, and him, a sad, sad story.
Bibi Netanyahu’s assumption of power in Israel sets the stage for a huge campaign by the Israeli government, and its well-oiled lobby groups in Washington, to push us into a war with Iran, but a stable relationship with Iran would do more to protect Israel and our interests in the Middle East.