A “giant among us.”
A “giant among us.”
Jonathan Mantz, Clinton’s finance director in 2008, is expected to take on a major fundraising role as senior advisor, following talks with Jim Messina and John Podesta. The latest in the group’s transition to a pro-Clinton effort.
PCCC, the national progressive group, wants its members on the ground in Iowa and New Hampshire to make sure Clinton takes a stand on Elizabeth Warren’s signature issues. How PCCC will use Warren as their “North Star.”
Probably not — but the former governor sure has ideas about what he’d be doing if he were running the White House, and whether Hillary will be primaried from the left. “You never say never.”
In a speech to New Hampshire Democrats, the possible presidential hopeful turns his Baltimore campaign into a national argument. But for Warren and Clinton supporters, the focus isn’t O’Malley.
Jim Messina and John Podesta would lead the next iteration of the super PAC, Priorities USA. “The missing piece” in a Hillary machine under rapid construction.
The pro-Hillary Clinton group’s first major confab. Donors and big-name operatives descend on the Parker Meridien for panels like “What It Will Take to Win in 2016” and “Ready for the Right Wing.”
A buried data point obtained by BuzzFeed deflates the Christie 2016 bubble.
Blumenthal vs. Alterman, and silence from the Clintons. What is this, 1997?
… And more women heroes drawn as princesses, by artist David Trumble.
Arguably the most beloved Clinton. In honor of National Cat Day.
Because Halloween is something both Republicans and Democrats can agree on. Right?
Hillary Clinton was given the first founders award from the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
She says she gets “unapologetic pressure” from Bill and Hillary.
Dance like no one is watching, even when everyone is.
While it waits for 2016, the major pro-Clinton group takes on current battles. “There are also big priorities for our party and our country right now,” the group’s communications director said.
There have been 335 newspaper articles written this year about the 2016 presidential election, according to Pew Research Center. More of them were about Hillary Clinton than any other potential candidate.
Charles Ferguson, who was set to direct for CNN, also said some prominent Democrats were against the film, and Clinton’s people refused to take part.
When staffers become the story. “Does it matter that Bill Clinton happens to get an interview question about Doug? It’s annoying, but not for a second.”
The former secretary of state lays out her central project at the Clinton Foundation: “Beijing Plus 20.” A “full and clear-eyed look at how far we have come” since Clinton’s historic 1995 speech at the U.N. Conference on Women.
At a Clinton Global Initiative panel, the former secretary of state gets political. “It wouldn’t be the worst thing for Democrats if [Republicans] tried to shut the government down,” says Clinton.
“It’s not going to solve all our problems, but I think it would be a very strong statement,” the former secretary of state says.
The outgoing Maryland governor, and possible presidential candidate, has a big list of candidates he’s helping this year. “That’s what a good surrogate does.”
And you thought it was hard waiting for Game of Thrones to come back on…
The former secretary of state was speaking at the White House Monday. Clinton said the proposal for Assad to give up chemical weapons could not be “another excuse for delay or obstruction.”
The former secretary of state has remained silent about intervention in Syria, but she did tweet following Diana Nyad’s record-breaking 110-mile swim. “Feels like I swim with sharks - but you actually did it!”
The former Secretary of State, who once pushed to aid and arm the Syrian rebels, has yet to weigh in on Obama’s plan for military intervention. A “lasting regret.”
Can you tell me how to get, how to get, to Pennsylvania Avenue?