Rand Paul started the week by making his presidential bid official. Hillary Clinton should be tackling the next one by throwing herself into the White House race, too, according to several American media sources, including CNN. The former secretary of state will undoubtedly wish for a less chaotic start than that of [Read more]
Mrs. Clinton was determined to drag the White House into the Libyan escapade (and Obama was determined to allow it to be dragged) ignoring the Pentagon's warnings that "no U.S. interests were at stake and regional stability could be threatened."
The brazen Republican senator from Texas is running for the presidency.
If the two candidates want to occupy the Oval Office, they must deserve it
Much of the Irish-American vote mirrors that which she desperately needs for victory — it is white, male, and middle class.
The scandal is actually in the question itself: Why did Hillary Clinton want to use a personal and confidential channel for her communications during the years she worked at the Department of State?
Until now, Clinton has been considered the U.S. Democrats' most promising potential presidential candidate. But the former secretary of state is now in danger of failing as a result of her own prevarication.