- The Wall Street JournalOct 12 11:40 AM
In Democratic presidential candidates’ first debate this week, Hillary Clinton will try to confront Sen. Bernie Sanders, while the upstart senator looks to widen his appeal.
- Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsOct 12 12:58 PM
Hillary Clinton’s biggest opponent Tuesday night in the Democrats’ first presidential debate of the season may well be … Hillary Clinton. Recommended: How much do you know about Hillary Rodham Clinton? “There has been a strange disconnect between Clinton and Democratic voters and a sense of resignation, rather than excitement, about her candidacy,” writes David Axelrod, former top political ...
- ABC NewsOct 13 04:21 AM
Hillary Clinton heads into the first Democratic presidential debate with
- WCVB BostonOct 13 03:29 AM
The shadow boxing that Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have played at for months -- they've barely mentioned each other on the campaign trail -- will give way to more direct jabs Tuesday night. That's when the two rivals line up on stage at the fi...
- Fox NewsOct 12 02:44 PM
Hillary Clinton faces heavy pressure during the first Democratic presidential debate Tuesday to outperform primary rivals cutting into her lead and perhaps keep her biggest potential challenger on the sidelines.
- International Business TimesOct 13 04:11 AM
Heading into the first Democratic presidential debate, Hillary Clinton may be the closest she has ever been to the White House in her political career. Her campaign can tick off significant backing from the party's elite, top fundraising dollars and the commanding lead in Democratic support -- yet undercutting her viability, she earned her poorest favorability ratings this week in more than two...
- FOX 6 MilwaukeeOct 13 04:29 AM
WASHINGTON — The shadow boxing that Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have played at for months — they’ve barely mentioned each other on the campaign trail — will give way to more direct jabs Tuesday night. That’s when the two rivals line up on stage at the first Democratic debate of the 2016 campaign, sponsored […]
- The Wall Street JournalOct 11 09:27 PM
Clinton, Sanders Set To Tangle in First Debate For months, Hillary Clinton has all but ignored her chief rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders. That’s about to change.
- CNN.comOct 12 11:32 AM
Hillary Clinton is the most famous woman in Americans politics, backed by the Democratic Party's most powerful figures and richest donors. Why then is she dropping so dramatically in the polls as she heads into the party's first presidential debate?
- The Evening SunOct 13 04:11 AM
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the two candidates atop national and early state polls, have their first chance Tuesday to duel in person on trade, income inequality and other top issues of Democratic voters at the party's first debate in Las Vegas.