That's a popular claim. But there's not much evidence to support it.
Yes, overseas news is top of mind now. But don't expect that to spill over into Election Day 2014 or 2016. Foreign policy is way down on voters' priority lists.
Any hint of policy disagreement between potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and President Obama is grist for pundit comment – whether or not it amounts to what one calls 'a nothingburger.'
Celebrities like Hillary Clinton have been sharing some of their favorite reading locations.
Hillary Clinton has had strong words for President Obama's foreign policy lately, but it's almost required for former administration officials considering the presidency to mark policy differences with former bosses.
If Hillary Clinton is going to claim her time as secretary of State as an argument in her favor for a presidential run in 2016, then she is going to have a hard time criticizing the administration for policies that she played a role in developing.
It's almost unprecedented for one party to hold the White House for four consecutive terms, but with Hillary Clinton's presumed candidacy, it's a possibility. The trend lines aren't favorable for Republicans, at any rate.
Republicans – and Hillary Clinton – slammed President Obama's policies in Syria and Iraq on Sunday. A look at the criticisms and proposed alternatives.
Is there a relationship between how people view Bill Clinton and how they view Hillary? One data set suggests "yes," and that the relationship is significant.