The Texan—known for her down-to-earth, plain-spoken ways—was one of only two Americans to be the wife of a president and the mother of a president.
The Democratic National Committee enabled Donald Trump to win the presidency, and it still does not appear to know how to stop his onslaught.
Saying he was put into office by blue-collar voters serves the interests of top Democrats, Republicans, the dominant media and the big-business elite.
Here's one surprising, trending catchphrase from Sunday night's event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles: "Topple the patriarchy!"
While super PACs and superdelegates have been the focus of the public’s attention and frustration, an overlooked narrative is how eager people—especially the young—experience and participate in the political process in nontraditional ways.
Samantha Bee Proves Even Super PAC Donors Are Sick of This Messed-Up Campaign Finance System (Video)
In a comical interview with a real-life Republican Super PAC donor, the "Full Frontal" host highlights how dysfunctional our democracy has become.
The Republican Party is on the verge of being taken over by an egomaniac who appeals to the nation’s darkest impulses.
Step back from the campaign fray for just a moment and consider the enormity of what’s already occurred.
The Clinton political dynasty is still alive. The Bush dynasty has been routed. Their contrasting fates, to this point at least, tell us much about our two parties, the nature of this year's presidential election, and the dueling legacies themselves.