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  • Bill Clinton rallies for wife; Sanders on the march

    Hillary Rodham Clinton turned to her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and pop singer Katy Perry to energize her campaign’s faithful Saturday before a pivotal dinner with thousands of Iowa …


  • Facing GOP queries, Clinton seeks to close book on Benghazi

    The latest from the House Benghazi committee’s hearing featuring testimony from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.


  • Republican: Hurting Hillary Clinton was ‘big part’ of Benghazi probe

    Rep. Richard Hanna, a moderate, pro-abortion rights Republican from New York, told a radio station Wednesday night that Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy was telling the truth when he suggested during …


  • Debate day-after: Sanders raises cash, Clinton camp pleased

    Bernie Sanders’ campaign said it raised nearly $2 million from the first Democratic debate of the 2016 race, and social media metrics showed he was the most-searched candidate on Google …


  • Emails: Russia-linked hackers tried to access Clinton server

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  • AP: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to run for president

    MONTPELIER, Vt. — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will announce his plans to seek the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday, presenting a liberal challenge to Hillary Rodham Clinton.


  • Clinton concedes she should have used government email

    UNITED NATIONS — Breaking her silence, Hillary Rodham Clinton conceded Tuesday that she should have used a government email as secretary of state, but insisted she was not violating any …


  • Hillary Clinton admitted to NYC hospital to treat blood clot

    Sec. of State Hillary Clinton is hospitalized in New York due to a blue clot.


  • McCain defends Clinton aide against allegations

    WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. John McCain today strongly defended a longtime aide to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton against unsubstantiated allegations that her family has ties to Egypt’s Muslim …


  • U.S. tries to contain damage from leaked cables

    The Obama administration moved forcefully today to contain damage from the release of more than a quarter-million classified diplomatic files, branding the action as an attack on the United States …


  • Palestinians, Israel accept invitation to D.C. talks

    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration said Friday it has invited the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Authority to Washington next month to resume long-stalled direct peace talks, recognizing “there …


  • Kathleen Parker: Standard different for men

    Ask yourself: Who is likely to be the first woman president of the United States? Anyone? Anyone?


  • Clinton qualifies aid to Yemen

    WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton declared Monday that Yemen is a threat to global security but warned that the Obama administration will continue accelerating U.S. aid only …


  • U.S. tightens aid in Afghanistan

    WASHINGTON – The United States is limiting its goals in Afghanistan and demanding better accountability from that country’s underperforming leader, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday, and she …


  • Russia rebuffs U.S. on Iran sanctions

    MOSCOW – Further sanctions against Iran would be “counterproductive,” Russia’s top diplomat said on Tuesday, pushing back pointedly against U.S. pressure for a tougher stance against Iran’s nuclear ambitions. The …


  • Clinton, Honduran leader to meet

    WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has agreed to meet with ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, as U.S. and other diplomats intensify their efforts to solve a crisis …


  • Clinton tells Israel to end settlement growth

    WASHINGTON – Rebuffing Israel on a key Mideast negotiating issue, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the Obama administration wants a complete halt in the growth of Jewish settlements …


  • Clinton pledges continued support for Iraq

    BAGHDAD – On a surprise visit to Baghdad on Saturday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to reassure anxious Iraqis that the U.S. would not abandon them despite …


  • Clinton sounds alarm over threat to Pakistan

    WASHINGTON – In an assessment that raised questions about the future of Pakistan, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Wednesday that the country’s fragile government was facing an “existential threat” …


  • Clinton slams U.S. drug policies

    MEXICO CITY – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled to Mexico on Wednesday with a stark mea culpa, saying that decades of U.S. anti-narcotics policies had been a failure …


  • U.S. may ask Iran to attend meeting

    BRUSSELS – In its first overture to Iran, the Obama administration is pushing to convene a high-level meeting on Afghanistan this month that would include an invitation to Tehran, Secretary …


  • Clinton denounces Iran’s tactics

    BRUSSELS, Belgium – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton swiped hard at Iran on Wednesday, accusing its hard-line leaders of fomenting divisions in the Arab world, promoting terrorism, posing …


  • Clinton heading to Middle East for talks

    WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton this week will make her first foray into Middle East diplomacy, attending a high-level conference on humanitarian assistance to Gaza and making …


  • Keep investing in U.S., Clinton urges China

    BEIJING – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday urged China to keep investing its substantial foreign-exchange reserves in U.S. Treasury securities, arguing “we are truly going to rise …


  • Clinton in Japan on first overseas mission

    TOKYO – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton today warned North Korea against following through on a threatened missile launch, saying it would damage its prospects for improved relations with …


  • Clinton warns North Korea

    ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned North Korea on Sunday that it needs to live up to its commitments to dismantle its nuclear …


  • Clinton’s first trip has China focus

    WASHINGTON – When Hillary Rodham Clinton was running for president last year, she raised eyebrows in foreign policy circles – especially in Japan, the key U.S. ally in Asia – …


  • Clinton joins administration

    WASHINGTON – Yes, that was Chevy Chase, the former “Saturday Night Live” funnyman, in the crowd at Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s ceremonial swearing-in Monday at the State Department. …


  • Clinton takes oath after confirmation

    WASHINGTON – Hillary Rodham Clinton became the nation’s 67th secretary of state Wednesday, taking the oath of office during a private ceremony in her Senate office an hour after the …


  • Senate confirms picks for Cabinet, minus Clinton

    WASHINGTON – The Senate approved seven of President Obama’s Cabinet-level appointees Tuesday but delayed a planned vote on Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s confirmation to be secretary of state because of …

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