- AFP via Yahoo! NewsSep 04 08:57 AM
Hillary Clinton, entangled in an email controversy, has long dismissed the uproar as a manufactured imbroglio. Many contain information that has been retroactively classified, raising questions about whether Clinton was inappropriately sending and receiving highly sensitive material, and whether sufficient security measures were in place to protect her server from hackers.
- CBS NewsSep 04 08:49 AM
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is extending its initial television ad buys to target early voting states
- The Wall Street JournalSep 04 08:51 AM
Hillary Clinton’s uneven handling of the fallout from her email practices at the State Department has shaken core campaign donors, prompting senior aides to shift into damage control mode.
- NBC NEWSSep 04 09:22 AM
In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Andrea Mitchell Friday, Hillary Clinton said she's "sorry" there's been so much controversy over her private email server.
- CBS NewsSep 02 05:49 PM
The plan to fight drug and alcohol addiction focuses on prevention, treatment, and recovery
- ABC News via Yahoo! NewsSep 02 11:00 AM
Negative views of Hillary Clinton have jumped to nearly their highest on record in ABC News/Washington Post polls, while Donald Trump’s personal popularity has grown more polarized along racial and ethnic lines. Trump is much farther under water than Clinton, rated favorably by 37 percent of Americans and unfavorably by 59 percent. That said, whites are the majority group –- 64 percent of the ...
- CNNSep 03 01:36 PM
Hillary Clinton's email controversy is older than her 2016 presidential campaign -- and it's been forced into the headlines again Thursday and Friday when two top aides testify behind closed doors for a House committee.
- Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceSep 04 09:27 AM
In her third nationally televised interview of the 2016 campaign, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday apologized for confusing people with her personal e-mail use as secretary of state even as she defended its propriety. Having a personal e-mail account “wasn’t the best choice,” yet “was allowed and it was fully above board,” Clinton said.
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsSep 02 11:06 AM
By Amanda Becker WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would launch a $10 billion initiative to tackle drug and alcohol addiction, a problem she speaks of often on the campaign trail and which affects 23 million Americans. Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, announced her plan in the Manchester Union Leader, a New Hampshire newspaper. “To be candid, I didn’t...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsSep 03 11:48 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Aides to presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton urged a former State Department employee who helped set up her private email server to appear before a House investigative panel, but the staffer has said he will assert his constitutional right not to testify.