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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".

A determined Clinton woos wary voters, blue-collar whites

Paducah - No Democratic presidential candidate has won Kentucky since 1980 except Hillary Clinton's husband Bill, but she is treating the state as an opportunity to appeal to a demographic that has consistently snubbed her: working-class white men.

Clinton, Trump must choose a VP: Who is in the running?

Washington - America's "veepstakes" are under way. Running mates have not played a decisive role in helping win the White House in a generation, but will they do so this year?

FBI interviews Clinton aides as email probe advances: report

Washington - Close aides to Hillary Clinton including longtime confidante Huma Abedin have been interviewed by the FBI as part of its investigation into the ex-secretary of state's use of a private email server, CNN reported.

Clinton may be required to testify on emails: U.S. judge

Washington - A federal judge has said Hillary Clinton may be required to testify about her private email system while secretary of state as part of a freedom of information act lawsuit brought by a conservative watchdog group.

Clinton's challenge: How to solve a problem like men

New York - Hillary Clinton has the biggest chance in US history of shattering the ultimate glass ceiling and becoming the first female commander-in-chief. But could men spoil it for her?

Sanders, Clinton finally agree to New York debate

New York - Democratic presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will face off in a debate on April 14 in Brooklyn, after sparring for days about having a New York debate ahead of the state primary.

Op-Ed: Clinton's scandalous email release shows her Machiavellian side

The recent Wikileaks release of Hillary Clinton's scandalous emails since her time as Secretary of State have unveiled her role in fostering major crises, namely the overthrow of Ghaddafi, the destabilization of Syria, and Israel's role in Syria's war.

Op-Ed: Clinton lays out 10 year war plan in AIPAC speech

Hillary Clinton has concluded her speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). She has outlined a predominantly hostile policy against Iran and firm military commitment to Israel's needs.

How Hillary Clinton cornered the black vote

New York - Hillary Clinton is on a roll. If her candidacy ever looked in doubt to an insurgent Bernie Sanders, she's hurtling towards the Democratic nomination -- thanks overwhelmingly to African Americans.

Immunity granted to Clinton staffer who set up server: Report

Washington - Hillary Clinton's former staffer who helped set up the controversial private email server she used while secretary of state has been granted immunity in a criminal investigation into the affair, The Washington Post reported.

Clinton easily defeats Sanders in South Carolina primary voting

Columbia - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton soundly defeated Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday in the South Carolina primary to take a commanding lead in the surprising race for the Democratic Party's 2016 presidential nomination.

Luck of the draw: Cards give tie to Clinton in one Nevada contest

Las Vegas - In the state of Nevada, where gambling is king, there could be no more fitting tiebreaker -- especially in the high stakes game of politics -- than picking a caucus winner from a deck of playing cards.

Clinton to confront racism in major speech

Hillary Clinton is bringing the issue of systemic racism to the agenda on Tuesday in a high-profile speech in Harlem, New York. She is set to identify her solutions to racism and discrimination as individual problems to be tackled.

Clinton courts Las Vegas, seeking rebound in White House race

Las Vegas - Hillary Clinton is courting Las Vegas, visiting the workaday back rooms of Sin City's glitzy casinos to rev up her White House run after a crushing loss to Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire.

Dozens of newly released Clinton emails now classified

Washington - A new tranche of 551 email documents from Hillary Clinton's private server released by the State Department on Saturday includes 84 that have been reclassified as "confidential" or "secret.

Clinton walks tightrope to woo women voters

Washington - Hillary Clinton says her life's work has been a battle to help women make their own choices, but the first rounds of the Democratic nomination race raised big doubts over whether America's women will choose her as the country's first female commander-i...

Candidate Carson thinks opponent Cruz should fire staffers

Windham - Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson called on fellow candidate Ted Cruz to fire whomever started a rumor in Iowa that the retired neurosurgeon was dropping out of the race for the nomination.

Clinton's White House dream lives despite Bernie surge

New York - It may be the narrowest victory in Iowa history, but Hillary Clinton's win over Bernie Sanders puts her on course to clinch the Democratic nomination even if it's more of an uphill battle than she once hoped.The former secretary of state took 49.

Hillary Clinton's lifelong ambition: The presidency

Des Moines - Since her school days, Hillary Clinton has chased success, earning honors and accolades that could fill a bookcase. The ambitious Midwesterner has managed it all in her lengthy career -- all except the presidency, her decades-long obsession.

'Top Secret' emails on Clinton server: State Department

Washington - "Top secret" material was sent through Hillary Clinton's private email server during her tenure as secretary of state, it was revealed, just days before voters cast their first ballots in the presidential campaign.

Bill Clinton paints candidate Hillary as 'changemaker'

Former president Bill Clinton was back on the campaign trail in Iowa Wednesday, calling his presidential candidate wife Hillary a changemaker as her rival surged ahead in a new poll.

Bill Clinton makes quiet trip to Colorado to help wife's campaign

Denver - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton made an under-the-radar trip to Denver last week to rally support for his wife's campaign before the Colorado caucuses on March 1.

Unexpected town hall may give Clinton an edge in Iowa

Hillary Clinton will get a chance to challenge Bernie Sanders for the lead in the Iowa caucus in an unexpected town hall event just a week before the vote.

Bill Clinton to stump for Hillary in New Hampshire on Monday: Reports

New York - Former President Bill Clinton hits the campaign trail Monday for his wife Hillary -- his first appearance on the stump for the former first lady's White House bid.

Trump ramps up attacks on Clinton -- and ex-president husband

Washington - Any year-end holiday moratorium on US presidential campaign feuding ended with Donald Trump unleashing new attacks on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and blasting her husband Bill's "terrible record" with women.

Trump fights sexism charge after vulgar Clinton jibe

Washington - Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump fought off fresh accusations of sexism after he coined a vulgar new term of abuse while attacking rival Hillary Clinton.

US Democrats hit Trump, clash over jihadist fight in debate

Manchester - Hillary Clinton and other Democratic presidential hopefuls have used Donald Trump as a political bogeyman to highlight their own calls to defeat jihadist extremists without the bigotry and bluster brandished by their top Republican rival.
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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 speaking with supporters at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire.
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SCENE: Potential customers walk past businesses on lively Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights.
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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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SHAKE: Hillary Clinton presses the flesh at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines in August 2015.
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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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Hillary speaking with former Russian bouncer-turn Israeli Foreign Minister, Leiberman.
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates confer in the Cabinet Room
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Hillary Clinton and Benjamin Netanyahu pose for a picture.
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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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President Bill Clinton speaking alongside failed Gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero (October, 2010).
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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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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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President Bill Clinton and I
U.S. Secretary of State poses with Aghani female politicians at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul in 2011.
U.S. Secretary of State poses with Aghani female politicians at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul in 2011.
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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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