Sadly, this isn’t really a video from Hillary Clinton’s campaign HQ. It’s a parody from an Internet user nobody seemed able to identify Wednesday. But man, is it a great parody.
The widening investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails is becoming more than just a strategy and optics problem; it’s becoming an intraparty establishment problem as well.
Democrats are racing to live down their associations with Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson — two men who are now being historically recast as one-note racists.
Voting. President Obama has voting on his mind. Barack Obama wrote a letter to The New York Times about voting … and then went on a three-week vacation.
If the Internet has helped people do one thing, it’s helped them stop paying for information written by people who resent them and condescend to them.
It took almost no time for Seattle’s new, mandatory minimum wage increase to begin exacting its predictable toll. The recently passed law has forced business owners to cut their labor forces in order to remain profitable.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is standing out among the crowded field of GOP presidential candidates by refusing to criticize Donald Trump for remarks and opinions loaded, supposedly, with the power to offend.
Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff at the State Department, won’t be deleting any more emails left lying around from her old job — not legally, anyway.
A woman who has served for a year as a special assistant to President Obama has been arrested for allegedly threatening her boyfriend — a Capitol Police officer — with his own service weapon.
By the year 2100, the president’s costly EPA proposal would make a dent in the global temperature that can be measured out to hundredths and thousandths of a single Fahrenheit degree.
Despite telling an African audience last month that he’d probably win another term in office if he were allowed to run for president again, Barack Obama wouldn’t fare well in a hypothetical third bid for the White House.
Former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) is aiming to reclaim his lost seat. But his rhetoric so far hasn’t done much to win the hearts and minds of those who helped defeat him in the first place.
Martin O’Malley slammed the Democratic Party’s sham candidate-vetting process in a statement reacting to the party’s announcement of its better-late-than-never debate schedule.
An Illinois man who faced three years in prison for threatening a public defender with the words “I’m gonna get you” is off the hook after an appellate court overturned his conviction.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential polling numbers have taken a dramatic hit with the very demographic that was expected to lift her to the Democratic nomination and onward to the White House: white women.
The president of a northeastern university slammed on social media for its controversial, politically correct speech guidelines has intervened, saying the university will continue to defend all free speech.
A Seattle-based business owner who created a sensation by promising to end income inequality among his employees is now reaping the consequences of using his company as an experiment in redistribution.
A Colorado man faces multiple charges of jury tampering for standing outside a Denver courthouse and distributing information about jury nullification.
Hillary Clinton released seven years’ worth of tax returns last week, reflecting tens of millions of dollars in income and some millions of dollars more in charitable giving. Nearly all of the charitable giving, though, went to the Clinton family’s own charity: The Clinton Foundation.
Yet another tech company has announced mass layoffs in its American workforce, while simultaneously pressuring lawmakers to relax restrictions on foreign visa workers who can do the same jobs more cheaply.
The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee was a deer in headlights during a recent TV interview, when her host stumped her by asking for an explanation of how Democrats and socialists differ.
The Clintons have a special mastery of the relationship between lavish spending and receiving recognition. In the case of Hillary’s stealthily luxurious haircut, who are we to judge?
It’s tough being misunderstood, especially when you’re right about everything. Just ask Hillary Clinton. In an interview, Hillary was asked what she felt her greatest weakness to be.