Standing Ovation For Obama At Kennedy Center HonorsThe longest, loudest standing ovation of the Kennedy Center Honors gala wasn't for Al Pacino, Mavis Staples or the Eagles. It went to the man attending his eighth and most likely his last honors presentation.
9/12 Newspaper Signed By 5 Presidents Nets $11,000A front page of The New York Times from September 12, 2001, showing the burning World Trade Center and autographed by five U.S. presidents sold for $11,000 on Wednesday at an auction of presidential papers.
Trump May Keep Hammering Bill Clinton's MisdeedsDonald Trump's efforts to drag Hillary Clinton down by focusing on her husband's misconduct may be a relatively new strategy for him, but it's not for the advisers whispering in his ear.
2016 Presidential Race Devolves Into Ugly Fight Over Treatment Of WomenThe race for the presidency has quickly devolved into an ugly fight over who has treated women worse. Donald Trump finds his White House bid floundering while Hillary Clinton faces questions about her husband.
Young Voters Not Swayed By Bill Clinton's HistoryIgnoring his own sexually aggressive predilections, Donald Trump wants voters to see Bill Clinton as a scandal-plagued cad whose history with women should disqualify Hillary Clinton from the presidency.
Leaked Emails Show Tension Inside Clinton's Inner CircleNewly leaked emails show consternation among those closest to Hillary Clinton about how Bill Clinton's business dealings might damage his reputation and potentially affect her presidential hopes.
2016 Campaign Can't Shake Bill Clinton's ScandalsMonica Lewinsky tends to avoid politics these days, after becoming famous nearly 20 years ago as the White House intern who had an affair with President Bill Clinton. But the 2016 presidential race keeps getting stuck in the past.
Trump Injects Bill Clinton Scandals Into 2016 RaceDonald Trump is warning voters that a Hillary Clinton victory would bring her husband's sex scandal back to the White House.
Clinton Wins Historic Nomination, Emotional Boost From BillTaking on the role of devoted political spouse, former President Bill Clinton declared his wife Hillary Clinton an impassioned "change-maker," serving as character witness for her on the night she triumphantly became the first woman nominated for president.
Hillary Says She'll Put Bill In Charge Of The EconomyHillary Clinton has a big job in mind for her husband if she wins the White House. Over the weekend, she pledged to put Bill Clinton "in charge of revitalizing the economy."
This Time, Bill Clinton In Fort Worth To Campaign For HillaryFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is hoping to solidify support for her presidential campaign today when her husband returns to North Texas.
Ted Cruz, Bill Clinton Bring More Rallies To DFW Ahead Of Super TuesdayNorth Texas is the campaign battlefield today, ahead of Super Tuesday primaries.