Clinton Pushing New Gun ControlsDays after a deadly shooting in Oregon, Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled new gun control measures Monday aimed at strengthening background checks on gun buyers and eliminating legal immunity for sellers.
Hillary Clinton Stops By "SNL"Hillary Clinton made a surprise guest appearance on the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live."
Clinton Seeks To Organize Latino VotersHillary Clinton's campaign is planning a major push with an eye toward connecting with Hispanics.
Hillary's Campaign To Get Boost From BillAfter largely staying in the background this summer as Hillary Rodham Clinton kicked off her second campaign for president, former President Bill Clinton is ready to take on a more active and public role in his wife's second bid for the White House.
Clinton Adds Details To Prescription Drug PlanHillary Rodham Clinton is laying out a new plan to rein in the rising cost of prescription drugs, seeking to build upon President Barack Obama's health care law.
2 Days, 3 Political Fundraisers In Dallas AreaDuring the next two days, the area will play host to political fundraisers for three candidates running to be President.
Chelsea Surprised More People Don't Like HillaryChelsea Clinton said Tuesday it's surprising to hear her mom is slipping in the polls because she's "my hero."
Hillary Clinton Cancels Public Appearance In DallasThe cancellation is due to an unspecified scheduling conflict.
Report: Company Has No Knowledge Clinton Server Was 'Wiped'That could mean that more than 30,000 emails Clinton says she deleted from the device could be recovered.
Clinton Apologizes For Email ControversyAfter resisting apologizing for using a personal email account run on a private server to conduct government business as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton shifted course Tuesday.
Clinton Not Apologizing For Private EmailHillary Clinton said on Monday that she does not need to apologize for using a private email account and server while at the State Department because "what I did was allowed."
Biden Stays Close To Obama, Pondering 2016 RunExploring a presidential campaign, Vice President Joe Biden is presenting himself as a natural heir to President Obama's policies, previewing his potential pitch to voters.