Not to be confused with Correct the Record, David Brock’s group.
“She works out every week. She is strong. She is doing great.”
The Fox News contributor attempts to explain comments he made about former Secretary of State’s health.
“I do not believe that there is any reason for it to continue in this way.”
Publishing sources cast doubt on Ed Klein’s reporting. “I can imagine why some folks in New York might be uncomfortable with some of the revelations in the book, but we are not,” says Regnery’s president, Marji Ross.
The former secretary made a rare personal speech about her family and faith in front of 7,000 Methodists on Saturday. Clinton framed her work at the State Department and Clinton Foundation as part of Methodism’s “call to service.”
SPOILER ALERT: Madonna IS NOT a guacamole fan.
Nova Bajamonti, 19, came out for the first time as undocumented in a question to Hillary Clinton, and the Clinton Foundation said it will try to help her. “Truthfully, there’s nothing to hide. That’s my status, it’s not who I am.”
“Is that somebody throwing something at me? Is that part of Cirque de Soleil?”
In Arkansas, friends who met Clinton in the ’70s are tired of living the ’90s over and over again. The endless hunt for who Hillary Clinton really is. “Everything old is new again.”
Why can’t the State Department find emails between reporters and a spokesman? Gawker files an appeal after editor John Cook’s Freedom of Information Act request for Reines’ emails turned up nothing almost two years ago.
Add HillaryPAC to the still growing list of groups dedicated to Hillary Clinton’s possible campaign. The PAC’s founder has ties to the infamous “D.C. Madam” case.
“I’m disappointed Senator McCaskill decided to put politics over protecting the women and men of our armed forces,” says Buell.
The danger in campaigning for 2016 early. Ready for Hillary, the leading super PAC supporting a Clinton run, starts organizing for the midterms.
Clinton will speak with Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, next month in New York.
During speeches in Vancouver and Calgary, Clinton defers to her successor on questions about the crude oil project. “What pipeline?”
“I’m not making a comparison certainly, but I am recommending that we perhaps can learn from this tactic that has been used before.”
Clinton draws a parallel between the Russian government’s issuing passports in Ukraine and pre-World War II actions taken by Germany. The comments are Clinton’s first since Putin’s troops entered Ukraine on Saturday.
Clinton has tiptoed around a series of major national security developments, even as Republicans have targeted her record. “It’s a challenging position.”
The Clinton Presidential Library released thousands of documents Friday from the Clinton presidency that had been previously held from public view. The documents, part of a batch to made public in the coming weeks, offered an insight into the Clinton White House not previously seen.
“Something… something that may not fit with that office, correct?”
If only we could be so lucky.
Think you know the answer? Maybe nyet.
“You know why I’d vote for her? I would vote for her because of her husband — because they’re the two most ruthless people on the planet.”
Priorities USA Action, the super PAC now backing Hillary Clinton, won’t spend to help Democrats in the House and Senate this year, a spokesperson confirms.
Can you guess it? Knope you can!
“You guys want a list. Iowans want a sense of engagement and conversation and dialogue like they got on the Obama campaign.” The super PAC takes the first of what they say will be many trips to the early caucus state.
Stop Hillary PAC filed a complaint with the FEC on Wednesday afternoon against Clinton and the group supporting her, Ready for Hillary.