Chelsea Clinton gave birth to her second child, Aidan, over the weekend - she already has a daughter with her husband Marc Mezvinsky.Read the full story ›
Julian Assange said his organisation has accumulated a large cache of information that could be used to indict Hillary Clinton.Read the full story ›
Bernie Sanders has vowed to "continue the fight" against Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary.Read the full story ›
While Hillary Clinton appears to have secured the Democratic presidential nomination, she is yet to convince all Democrat voters.Read the full story ›
The former secretary of state has secured enough delegate support to clinch the Democratic nomination, according to the Associated Press.Read the full story ›
Hillary Clinton won the Puerto Rico Democratic primary, taking her a step closer to prevailing over her rival, Bernie Sanders, in the fight for her party's presidential nomination.
Ms Clinton had been the projected winner over Mr Sanders in the US island territory, according to NBC News.
The win gives Ms Clinton a boost ahead of Tuesday, when six states - including New Jersey and California - will hold nominating contests.
The former secretary of state is hoping to cross the threshold of 2,382 delegates needed to secure the Democratic nomination for the presidential election as early as 8pm EDT on Tuesday (1am Wednesday, UK time).
Hillary Clinton has branded fellow Presidential hopeful Donald Trump "temperamentally unfit" to hold the office of President of the United States.
Speaking at an event in San Diego the former First Lady stated her opponent's ideas were "dangerously incoherent" and he "should not have the nuclear codes" as she believed he was unprepared for the responsibility.
Donald Trump’s ideas aren’t just different, they’re dangerously incoherent. They’re not even really ideas, just a series of bizarre rants, personal feuds and outright lies.
He is not just unprepared. He is temperamentally unfit to hold an office that requires knowledge, stability and immense responsibility.
Trump quickly hit back by responding to Clinton's criticism by tweeting "She doesn't even look presidential!"
The criticism of Trump came just one day after Clinton branded the Republican candidate a "fraud".
Hillary Clinton has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump calling him a “fraud”.Read the full story ›
Donald Trump has labelled Hillary Clinton "crooked" and says he cannot wait to face her in November's US presidential election.Read the full story ›
Hillary Clinton has launched a fierce attack on Donald Trump, her likely election rival, saying he is "not qualified" to be president.Read the full story ›