Barack Obama appeared for his final address to Congress on Tuesday evening. His term is ending, and his famous fight for "change" has ended in a draw.
Since he won't be re-elected again, all he could do was: a) talk about how great he was and how amazing his initiatives were; b) talk about how America changed during [Read more]
But nothing is decided until everything is decided ... No one knows that better than Hillary Clinton. What could happen to derail her candidacy?
America’s central bank is finding it difficult to know what the rates of unemployment and inflation are in the United States. It is wavering on toughening its monetary policy, especially as Congress will not forgive it if it makes the wrong move.
The President has long been accustomed to the Republicans blocking his initiatives, but now it’s the Democrats’ turn to stand in his way.
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]
The U.S. presidential election 2016: From left to right, from Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush, not a single candidate gives the impression of being prepared for the world of tomorrow.
<b>In an increasingly divided United States, the November 4th midterm elections are seen as a referendum on the president, but local interests, economic strategies and future visions will influence the result.</b>
The 2014 midterms are a referendum for and against Barack Obama. This is how they have often been [Read more]