Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton begins her New Hampshire campaign but young and female voters are opting for Bernie Sanders.Read the full story ›
Hillary Clinton said she was "breathing a big sigh of relief" but stopped short of claiming victory against Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses.
- called herself a progressive "that gets things done for people"
- said she was looking forward to getting into a debate with her rival Bernie Sanders about "the best way forward"
- condemned the Republicans as "divisive"
- vowed to make college education affordable and "finish the job" of universal healthcare
Hillary Clinton has a slim lead over Bernie Sanders in the "super tight" Democratic race, according to the Iowa Poll, published by The Des Moines Register and Bloomberg.
The chant here is "Iowa believes that she will win" - but why do people here still have the faith?Read the full story ›
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has refused to give specifics about the "technicalities" or "contents" of a string of emails allegedly containing top secret information that were found on Hillary Clinton's unsecured home internet server.
Kerry told a news conference it was not his job to discuss the emails but confirmed that the correspondence had been released as part of a court requirement.
I can't speak to the specifics of anything with respect to the technicalities, the contents, what may or may not have taken place with respect to a personal server because that's not our job.
State Department confirms the Clinton's unsecured home internet server held 22 emails that contained material that was classified.Read the full story ›
Donald Trump has sparked outrage once again after using a sexually offensive term to describe Hillary Clinton.Read the full story ›
Hillary Clinton has launched another scathing attack on Donald Trump, calling the Republican frontrunner's call for a ban on Muslims entering the US a "shameless and dangerous idea."
"At a time when America should be doing everything we can to lead the fight to defeat ISIS and other radical jihadists, Donald Trump is playing right into their hands," the Clinton, the Democratic presidential hopeful, told a rally.
Hillary Clinton was passionately defended by a fellow Democrat during a grilling on the 2012 attack on a US diplomatic mission in Libya.Read the full story ›