The police no longer control the narrative about certain events. They have lost their interpretational sovereignty.
The money’s still on Hillary versus Jeb in 2016. But not before Bernie and the Donald make each of them look a little worse.
The primary elections one year ahead of the U.S. presidential election already has 16 contenders who have formally declared their candidacies. The circus is in full swing.
With his receding hairline, his tufts of white hair and his metal-rimmed glasses, Bernie Sanders is nothing of a rock star, let alone a sex symbol. And yet, the independent senator from Vermont creates sensation these days in the U.S. and attracts great crowds as a presidential candidate.
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By setting her sights on the White House in 2016, Hillary Clinton is facing a real danger: herself.
As of Sunday, it's official: Hillary Rodham Clinton will launch an attack on the White House.
In fact, she made the announcement by way of a tweet and a video, in which she placed emphasis on women, minorities, [Read more]
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered her vision as a potential presidential candidate on Feb. 24 in Silicon Valley. Obviously, she still hadn’t officially announced her candidacy yet.
At the Santa Clara Convention Center in California, Clinton sat down with Re/Code’s Kara Swisher for an interview. [Read more]