Have you heard that Hillary Rodham Clinton is now a grandmother? Surely you have. But did you know that as a young girl she wanted to be an astronaut? Or that she played on a softball team called the Good & Plenties, with pink and white uniforms?
Hillary Rodham Clinton called on American business leaders Friday to rethink a focus on short-term stock gains in favor of longer-term growth, outlining proposals she said would address the trend of what she called “quarterly capitalism” that has left the middle class behind.
Yes, there were a few laughs between President Obama and Jon Stewart on Tuesday during a taping of “The Daily Show.” But the interview between two men whose tenures are coming to a close was mostly a meaty discussion on a range of issues, including the deal over Iran’s nuclear program and continuing...
President Obama defended his pursuit of a negotiated solution to limit Iran’s nuclear program against critics who he claimed would prefer to rush the U.S. back to war, arguing Tuesday that engaging in “smart, principled diplomacy” was the true test of American leadership.
Opening herself to the unpredictability of a New Hampshire town hall audience Thursday, Hillary Rodham Clinton signaled the limits of her willingness to bend to liberal Democrats’ wishes by refusing to commit to a ban on fracking.
Hillary Rodham Clinton wound down her political operation in 2008 with 2.5 million email addresses in her campaign database. Seven years later, when campaign officials turned on the lights in April, they were stunned to find fewer than 100,000 still worked.
Confident that he's secured hard-fought victories on some of his biggest initiatives, President Obama has turned his focus to perhaps the chief test of his legacy: the long-term outcome of the Iran nuclear deal.
President Obama defended the nascent international nuclear agreement with Iran on Wednesday as the most effective path toward preventing its regime from developing a nuclear weapon, saying he was determined not to squander “a historic chance to pursue a safer and more secure world.”