On Sunday, Hillary Rodham Clinton is to formally announce her candidacy for the presidency. Critics and competitors will be zeroing in on her political record. Here are some lesser-known things about her.
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 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?
Participants in the Tweed Run ride their bicycles over Westminster Bridge in central London, Saturday. The Tweed Run is an annual event in which the participants wear vintage clothing and ride their bicycles though city centers worldwide.
The governors of Indiana and Arkansas had to act quickly to stem the backlash against 'religious freedom' laws. Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says too many fellow Republicans are 'fighting for laws that fly in the face of equality and freedom.'