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Hillary Clinton: burning ambition and resilience to match

Washington - On the subject of women in politics, Hillary Clinton is fond of quoting the words of another illustrious first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, who once said: "You need to grow a skin as thick as a rhinoceros.

Clinton's VP pick coming, Virginia senator frontrunner

Washington - Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton could announce her vice presidential pick as early as Friday, with reports suggesting she is leaning towards Spanish-speaking Senator Tim Kaine from the battleground state of Virginia.

Hatred of Hillary the unifying thread at Trump confab

Cleveland - They demand her imprisonment, paint her as above the law, and warn her election would trigger the Apocalypse -- the Republican National Convention's collective hatred of Hillary Clinton has proven an intoxicating unifier.

Hatred of Hillary the unifying thread at Republican convention

Cleveland - They demand her imprisonment, paint her as above the law, and warn her election would trigger the Apocalypse -- the Republican National Convention's collective hatred of Hillary Clinton has proven an intoxicating unifier.

Clinton seeks to move past email controversy, blames officials

Washington - Hillary Clinton sought to move past the email controversy dogging her presidential campaign, placing some of the blame on other officials for sending her classified information.

Comey defends decision on Clinton emails

Washington - FBI chief James Comey vigorously defended his recommendation not to file charges against Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton over her private email use at the State Department, saying she did not break the law.

No charges in Clinton email probe, Trump cries foul

Washington - No charges will be brought against Hillary Clinton for using a private email server while secretary of state, the Justice Department announced, prompting Donald Trump to accuse his presidential rival of "crooked" dealings.

Clinton 'pleased' to speak with FBI in email probe

Washington - Hillary Clinton says she was "pleased" to speak with the FBI about her use of personal email while serving as secretary of state, but refused to discuss reports that she will not face charges.

Trump draws ire for anti-Clinton tweet with Star of David shape

Washington - Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump sparked outrage after calling rival Democrat Hillary Clinton corrupt in a tweet featuring the Jewish Star of David symbol.

Clinton interviewed by FBI over private email use

Washington - The FBI interviewed Hillary Clinton on Saturday about her use of personal email while serving as secretary of state, an issue that has dogged her campaign to become America's first female president.

U.S. attorney general says won't interfere in Clinton email probe

Washington - US Attorney General Loretta Lynch pledged Friday to respect FBI and prosecutors' decisions on whether to charge presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton over her use of personal email while at the State Department.

Obama and Biden join Clinton on campaign trail next week

Washington - US President Barack Obama will join Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail for the first time next week, days before Vice President Joe Biden also stumps with her, Clinton aides announced.

Trump narrows gap on Clinton in new poll

Washington - The US presidential battle is too close to call, but one element is clear: Americans have soured on candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, a poll released Wednesday showed.

No Clinton bombshell in Benghazi report by Republicans

Washington - Republican lawmakers on Tuesday released a report on the deadly 2012 assault on the US mission in Benghazi, accusing then secretary of state Hillary Clinton of underestimating and then misrepresenting the extremist threat in Libya.

Clinton swipes at Trump over Brexit

Washington - Democrat Hillary Clinton has taken a swipe at Republican rival Donald Trump's stance on Brexit, saying that "bombastic comments" do more harm than good during such times.

Trump, Clinton clash in wake of Orlando attack

Manchester - The Orlando massacre has exposed some of the sharpest contrasts yet between America's presidential rivals, with Hillary Clinton on Monday warning against demagoguery and rival Donald Trump declaring prospective immigrants from some nations persona non ...

Trump heaps pressure on Muslims after Orlando attack

Washington - America's presidential rivals offered sharply different approaches for tackling extremism Monday after the Orlando massacre, with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump accusing Muslims of failing to report potential terrorists in their midst.

Op-Ed: Sanders and Clinton try to get on same page for November

Washington - News that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic Party nominee for the White House in November, and primary challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders would meet Tuesday to discuss the future raises the question of what took so long.

Hillary Clinton's mighty challenge: to unify her camp

Washington - On June 7, 2008, Hillary Clinton made way for Barack Obama to conquer the White House, conceding defeat after a fractious primary race, and throwing her full weight behind him.

Euphoric Clinton supporters feel hand of history in New York

New York - For ecstatic Hillary Clinton supporters it was a celebration of history in the making, a night of euphoria setting aside moments of past doubt to dream what once seemed impossible.

Sanders campaign: No Democratic nominee until July convention

Los Angeles - Bernie Sanders has insisted that his rival Hillary Clinton has not yet clinched the Democratic nomination as US media has projected, saying unbound superdelegates cannot vote until the party's national convention in July.

Clinton goes nuclear in bid to unpick 'Teflon Don'

Washington - Hillary Clinton this week revealed a formula she hopes will help beat presidential rival Donald Trump in November: a not-so-subtle suggestion he is unhinged.

President Trump? 'Anything can happen,' election expert says

Washington - Although Donald Trump defeated numerous rivals for the Republican presidential nod fairly easily, polls suggest he'll lose the November general election to Democrat Hillary Clinton, now just days away from clinching her party's nomination.

Clinton says Trump dangerous, unfit to be commander in chief

San Diego - US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton tore into her likely election rival Donald Trump as never before Thursday, saying his foreign policy is dangerously incoherent and labeling him unfit for office.

Sanders warns Clinton to pick a true progressive running mate

Washington - Bernie Sanders cautioned Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in an interview aired Sunday that she will lose the backing of his many supporters unless she picks a hardline progressive as her running mate.

Clinton: Email controversy won't affect my White House bid

Washington - Hillary Clinton defended her use of a private email server for official correspondence while US Secretary of State, insisting her actions were no different than that of her predecessors.

Email scandal returns to dog Clinton presidential bid

Washington - The scandal over Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state returned on Wednesday to dog her presidential campaign.

Clinton, in 'dead heat' with Trump, offers sharper contrast

Washington - Hillary Clinton tried to draw a sharper contrast with Donald Trump on Sunday, saying the central message of her campaign was "We're stronger together," even as a new poll showed the two candidates in a statistical tie.

Clinton declares Trump a 'threat' to U.S. democracy

Washington - Hillary Clinton on Thursday blasted her likely general election rival Donald Trump as a threat to US democracy and declared him unqualified to be president, unleashing some of her toughest criticism yet of the Republican presumptive nominee.

Poland, Hungary fume over Bill Clinton 'dictatorship' remark

Varsovia - Poland and Hungary have blasted Bill Clinton over a remark by the former US president accusing the ex-communist EU and NATO countries of taking an authoritarian turn and wanting "Putin-like leadership".
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White House staffers, including President Obama and Hillary Clinton, react to news about the mission to capture Osama bin Laden
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SCENE: Potential customers walk past businesses on lively Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights.
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PROMOTIONS: Newly appointed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks with President Barack Obama at a picnic table on the South Lawn of the White House in April 2009.
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Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton won their resp...
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton won their respective parties' primaries in Arizona
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton will face each other in the 2016 US Presidential election
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Hillary Clinton and Benjamin Netanyahu pose for a picture.
Hillary Clinton and Benjamin Netanyahu pose for a picture.
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President George W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton tour the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park before participating in the dedication ceremony in Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 18, 2004.
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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both won seven of the 11 states voting on Super Tuesday
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both won seven of the 11 states voting on Super Tuesday
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President Barack Obama participates in an expanded bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Mohamed Najib Abdul Razak of Malaysia, during the Nuclear Security Summit at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
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President Barack Obama holds a Homeland Security Council meeting to discuss H1N1 flu in the Cabinet Room
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates confer in the Cabinet Room
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The "Clinton look"
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Hillary speaking with former Russian bouncer-turn Israeli Foreign Minister, Leiberman.
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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton congratulates President Barack Obama on the House vote to pass health care reform, prior to a meeting in the Situation Room of the White House
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The latest issue of Time magazine features Hillary Clinton on the cover with horns. The letter “M” in Time’s masthead forms what look like horns on the former secretary of state’s head.
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President Bill Clinton speaking alongside failed Gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero (October, 2010).
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U.S. Secretary of State poses with Aghani female politicians at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul in 2011.
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Hillary Clinton speaking with supporters at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire.
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