Progressives saw O’Malley’s jab about Clinton changing her mind on gay marriage and immigration as a reminder to not take their votes for granted. Conservatives welcomed the comparison of Clinton as the 'Democratic Party's Mitt Romney.'
The former Hewlett Packard CEO said that a female Republican nominee would be a game-changer in the 2016 election, forcing Clinton to run exclusively on her record.
Spending is up in Congress and only one likely GOP presidential candidate has mentioned the 'd' word. What happened to the red ink menace?
The Clinton campaign appears to be out to prove the former secretary of State is 'just folks' with her road trip. Authenticity may matter for antiques, but is it an important qualification for a president?
The metaphorical starting gun has fired, and 2016 candidates are jostling for position. But let’s get real: Rubio, Clinton, et al have been running for president for some time.
As Hillary Clinton launches her 2016 presidential bid, the anti-Hillary movement is shifting into high gear. Å top trend on Twitter: #WhyImNotVotingForHillary
Florida's junior senator hopes to gain momentum early on and carry it to the GOP presidential primary debates that begin this summer.
Hillary Clinton has vowed to work for 'everyday Americans' during her quest to become president in 2016. Not surprisingly, so does every other candidate.