What Hillary Clinton’s Voting Record Reveals About Her Tax Plan


On Sunday, Hillary Clinton put an end to two years of speculation by announcing that she will run for President in 2016, immediately making her the overwhelming frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Despite the fact that Clinton has served both as a Senator and as Secretary of State, little is known about [...] Forbes - Personal Finance Read more [...]

Hillary Clinton highlights pragmatism in approach to Russia


Speaking at UCLA, she rejects GOP criticism that she was too soft on Vladimir Putin as secretary of State, pointing to administration successes in choosing battles and working to get things done. Hillary Rodham Clinton defended her record as secretary of State against Republican criticism that she had been too accommodating to Russia, arguing Wednesday that she had taken a tough but pragmatic approach so the U.S. could attain its goals. Nation - latimes.com Read more [...]

Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton’s failed healthcare initiative


About 4,000 pages of newly released documents from her husband's presidency show that Hillary Rodham Clinton got good advice from aides on her healthcare effort but often failed to heed it. WASHINGTON — As Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to reshape the nation's healthcare system in her husband's first term as president, she got all the right advice from senior aides: Consult closely with members of Congress, build bridges with business leaders, communicate clearly to nervous voters, move swiftly. Nation Read more [...]

Barbara Walters Names Hillary Clinton “Most Fascinating Person of 2013”


She’s navigated everything from the Monica Lewinsky scandal to multiple tricky moments as Secretary of State, and now Hillary Clinton is the “Most Fascinating Person” of the year. The former First Lady chatted with Barbara Walters on her ABC special “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2013” and strongly hinted at running for President someday. Walters explained, “This program started with the dawn of the Clinton era, and it seems we might be at the start of Read more [...]