After Hillary Clinton nearly swept the board by winning Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Connecticut, Bernie Sanders may stay in the race, but he has been knocked out of winning the Democratic nomination.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has shown unprecedented courage in taking on the gun lobby – a position no other presidential candidate has taken on.
Tonight during the MSNBC town hall with Rachel Maddow, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was asked about Donald Trump's earlier terrifying comments that he wanted to ban abortion and punish women for getting one. Clinton punched back hard as only someone who truly understands the nature of this attack and what it means for women could do.
Hillary Clinton supporters are extremely or very enthusiastic by 54% to Senator Bernie Sanders supporters who are extremely or very enthusiastic by 44%. So Democrats need not fear no matter which candidate wins the 2016 primaries. Both are capable of whipping up enthusiasm.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's southern surge crested tonight with a huge win in the North Carolina Democratic primary tonight.
More good news for Hillary Clinton after she swept the South during Super Tuesday, giving her 544 delegates to Bernie Sanders' 349 as she has her best grassroots fundraising month of the campaign.
Hillary Clinton showed her fire in an energetic New Hampshire concession speech where she vowed to take the fight for the Democratic nomination national, and fight for every vote.
Clinton has made protecting and expanding LGBT rights a pillar of her campaign, and she says she will end gay conversion therapy on minors
Bush's response to 9/11 played directly into Osama bin Laden's hands and provided a recruiting tool groups like ISIS could not exist without
Hillary Clinton was authentic, confident, funny, and found her own style of cool - at times dropping into a conversational tone that rings true. These moments really resonated.
Impassioned #FeelTheBern supporters proclaimed Sanders the Democratic debate winner but the numbers tell a different story
Republicans' manufactured Benghazi probe has now gone on longer than the Watergate investigation. It is the longest probe in Congressional history.
Hillary Clinton took aim at Wall Street's dark influence over D.C. by supporting Sen. Tammy Baldwin's bill to end the revolving door enabled by golden parachutes.
Secretary Clinton laid it on the line today at a rally in Ohio when she likened Republican's policies on women to those of terrorists' treatment of women.
Sen. Boxer made the case that candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders agree on the issues and there is no animosity there, in contrast to the Republican primary.
Democrats busted Republicans for leaking yet another fake Benghazi email story to the press. They titled their press release, "Politico Ran Bogus Leak in Front-Page Story."
"Like many of you, I was so overcome, how to turn grief, confusion into purpose and action. But that's what we have to do."
"This time we have to find answers together. I pledge to you, I will work with you---those of you who are local officials, those of you who are thinking hard about your own communities. Let's unite in partnership, not just to talk, but to act."
A PPP poll found Democrat Hillary Clinton enjoying a modest 47-40 lead over Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush in North Carolina.
PolitiFact busted conservatives like Glenn Beck for their "mostly false" claim that Hillary Clinton makes more money in speaking fees than the average CEO does in a year. This, they determined, "ignores critical facts."