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Trump claims he should have won the popular vote

On Sunday Donald Trump claimed in a tweet that he actually won the popular vote if the illegal votes for Clinton were subtracted from her total vote.

Op-Ed: Too much baggage grounds Clinton's campaign jet

Washington - Whether you support her or consider Clinton the political equivalent of Bonnie, as in Bonnie and Clyde, one thing is clear, even to those unwilling to admit.

Op-Ed: Dear Hillary: It's the (lack of) voters, stupid!

Washington - Psst...lean in, Connie Chung style, it's just you and me. Do you think there’s anyone out there old enough to tie their shoes who doesn’t know in their heart of hearts that Hillary Clinton is going to be the Democratic Party’s nominee?

Op-Ed: FBI investigation into Clinton deepens, involves U.S. attorneys

Washington - Spoiler alert: Unabashed diehard fans of Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton may disperse with reading this column as it would be a waste of time.

Op-Ed: Sanders set to romp on Clinton in New Hampshire

Concord - After losing to Hillary Rodham Clinton in Iowa by a margin as thin as a credit card, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) holds a whopping 63 to 30 percent lead over his embattled opponent in the granite state.

Op-Ed: Republican's 'can do' message vs. Clinton's 'didn't do'

Washington - As Republicans honed their message at last night’s Republican debate, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton continued to insist there is nothing there concerning the FBI investigation plaguing her campaign.

Op-Ed: Clinton Foundation gives only 10% of collected funds to charity

The Clinton Foundation was placed under deleterious scrutiny immediately after Hillary announced her presidential candidacy. Accusations of undisclosed donors, misspent money, tax omissions, and the sale of uranium to Russia are among the claims.

Op-Ed: Hillary Clinton support group warns media not to use sexist words

Washington, D. C. - Unless Armageddon strikes, Hillary Clinton will be the shoo-in nominee for the 2016 presidential race. She was also the shoo-in for the Democrat Party in the 2008 election. The Clinton machine has already warned the media to treat her gently.

A public affair over Clinton's private emails

Washington D.c. - On March 2, 2015 The New York Times reported that Hillary Rodham Clinton used her personal email account for all government communications during her entire four-year-long tenure as the United States Secretary of State.

Hillary on 2016 U.S. Presidential Run: I'll decide early 2015

Former First Lady, former Senator, and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said that she will wait until early 2015 to make her decision on a 2016 Presidential run.

Midterms to put Arkansas political shift to test

Hope - Arkansas, like most southern states, is seeing red after five-and-a half years of the Obama administration. Even Hope, Arkansas, former stomping grounds of former Pres. Bill Clinton, is no longer sacred ground to Democrats.

Op-Ed: Hillary Clinton trashed 12-year-old victim to defend rapist

Washington - In 1975, Hillary Clinton defended 41-year-old rapist Thomas Alfred Taylor who was convicted of raping a 12-year-old child. Clinton, then a 27-year-old Arkansas attorney, used a variation of the “she was asking for it” defense.

NBC journalist stumped by simple foreign policy question

Washington - NBC news is an icon of the mainstream media to most Americans. Richard Engel, one of the network's award–winning foreign correspondents, knows the political landscape when it comes to foreign policy.

Rove: I never said Clinton may have 'brain damage'

Washington - Although the New York Post said he did, on Tuesday Republican strategist Karl Rove reportedly denied saying former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have incurred brain damage from a fall that sent her to the hospital in 2012.

Op-Ed: Clinton aide investigated for 2008 'off the books' campaign

Washington - Minyon Moore did not run for public office in 2008; however, the senior Clinton aide is alleged to have managed a shadow campaign for Hillary Clinton that spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on her behalf.

Hillary Clinton earns discount for paying UK traffic fine early

Hillary Clinton has paid a parking fine she picked up while in London last week, receiving a 50-per-cent discount in the process.

‘Rodham’ biopic: Carey Mulligan favorite to play Hillary Clinton

British-born Carey Mulligan is being widely tipped to play Hillary Rodham Clinton in an upcoming biopic, it has been announced.

Op-Ed: In exit speech Hillary accepts no blame; attacks Benghazi critics

Washington - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, her tenure as Secretary of State short on global accomplishments and mired in controversy, used her final press conference to attack critics of her role in the destruction of the U.S. Libyan embassy.

Does Scott Brown have a second shot at the US Senate?

Leaving the US Senate, after his loss to new US Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Scott Brown (R-MA) could have a second shot at running for the US Senate soon.

Hillary Clinton won't testify at Benghazi hearing this week

Washington - Today it was reported U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sustained a concussion after taking a fall. At the time news of Clinton's injury was released, it was speculated she may not be able to testify this week at her Benghazi hearing as scheduled.

Republican Party scores a victory against Susan Rice

With Susan Rice officially withdrawing herself as a possible nominee for US Secretary of State, this can be considered a victory for the GOP. At the same time, it allows for US President Barack Obama to focus more on the "fiscal cliff" battle.

97 U.S. House Republicans target Susan Rice in letter to Obama

Nearly 100 House Republicans — who have no say in the confirmation process — have signed a letter strongly opposing any efforts to nominate U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to replace Hillary Rodham Clinton as next secretary of State.

White House knew in two hours terrorists attacked Benghazi

Washington - Within two hours of the fatal attack on the U.S. Libyan embassy, the White House, the State Department and the FBI were informed that the terrorist group Ansar al-Sharia had claimed credit, according to government e-mails obtained by CNN.

Op-Ed: Obama playing politics with Benghazi

Washington - It seems President Barack Obama decided to hide behind Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s pant suit over Benghazi just 24 hours before the second presidential debate.

Monica Lewinsky to publish tell-all book on Clinton affair

Washington - Just when Bill Clinton thought it was safe to go back in political waters via the Democratic Party Convention, she’s back – and wants to publish a tell-all book.

Spreading Middle East violence brings political chaos

Tripoli - American, German and British embassies are among those under siege in the Middle East by Islamists under the guise of being offended by a short movie trailer out of California depicting Mohammed in an insulting manner.

Egyptian protesters chant 'Monica;' pelt Clinton motorcade

Alexandria - Egyptian protesters pummeled Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s motorcade with shoes and tomatoes during her first visit since Islamist President Mohamed Mursi was elected.

New technology may help find Amelia Earhart's plane

Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly the Atlantic and was famous for her flying exploits until the sudden disappearance of her plane in the Pacific. New research, however, may finally answer the question of where Earhart's plane came down.

US treatment of Bradley Manning ‘cruel, inhuman and degrading’

Juan Mendez, the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, has formally accused the US government of "cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment" towards one of its soldiers, PFC Bradley Manning.

Memorial book for Dorothy Rodham, Hillary Rodham Clinton's mother Special

Little Rock - Dorothy Rodham, mother of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, and former President Bill Clinton's mother-in-law, died earlier this month and a condolence book is open at the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum.
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