Clinton Calls Trump's Gun Policies "Dangerous"Donald Trump's gun policies are "not just way out there" but "dangerous" and would make America less safe, Hillary Clinton said Saturday.
Eyeing Senate, Clinton Directing Money to 2016 BattlegroundsHillary Clinton, seeking a governing coalition if she wins the White House, is pumping millions of dollars into key battleground states at the heart of her presidential map and Democrats' quest to regain control of the Senate.
Hillary Clinton to Speak at Trayvon Martin Foundation EventDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be the keynote speaker later this month in Fort Lauderdale during a conference organized by the Trayvon Martin Foundation.
Mothers Touched By Tragedy Rally Behind Hillary ClintonIt wasn't a giant rally with screaming supporters, celebrity friends and a feisty candidate. But the small gathering on behalf of Hillary Clinton in a Brooklyn church still reverberated with emotion.
They Love NY: Sanders, Trump and Clinton's New York TiesThree presidential candidates call themselves New Yorkers. Bernie Sanders is from Brooklyn, Donald Trump is from Queens, and Hillary Clinton owns a home in Westchester and represented New York in the U.S. Senate.
Who's Best for Hispanics? Clinton, Sanders DebateFighting for Florida and beyond, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tangled in an intense debate over who's the true friend of American Hispanics, trading accusations over guest worker programs "akin to slavery" and the embracing of "vigilantes" against immigrants.
GOP Badly Split as Trump, Clinton Seek Super Tuesday WinsOn the eve of Super Tuesday's crucial primaries, a sharp new divide erupted between Republicans who pledge to fall in line behind Donald Trump if he wins their party's nomination and others who insist they can never back the bombastic billionaire.
The Best the 2016 Candidates Can Hope for on Super TuesdayVoters in the four states to hold 2016 presidential primaries and caucuses thus far have handed out just a fraction of the delegates it takes to win the Democratic and Republican nominations. But when a dozen states vote on March 1, nearly half the delegates needed to win the GOP nod and more than one-third required to take the mantle of the Democratic Party are at stake.
Clinton vs Sanders in Nevada: Urban vs RuralIt was shortly after midnight when Hillary Clinton descended into the basement of an enormous Las Vegas casino to shake the hands of about a half-dozen housekeepers folding linens. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders jetted off to the remote, conservative northeastern Nevada town of Elko, population 20,000, to rally the few Democrats there.
The Latest: Rapper Compares Sanders to Martin Luther KingThe rapper said the Vermont senator is the only candidate whose social policy lines up with Martin Luther King Jr.'s focus on the poor and minorities. He spoke about accompanying the candidate to the Busy Bee Cafe, a restaurant often visited by civil rights leaders.
Clinton Struggles to Win Over Younger WomenIn New Hampshire, women under the age of 45 overwhelmingly backed Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton, exit polls showed. It's a problem for the former secretary of state as she tries to build the coalition of voters needed to win the Democratic nomination, and she knows it, saying of young voters as she conceded New Hampshire to Sanders that, "even if they are not supporting me now, I support them."
Campaigns Turn To New Hampshire With Cruz AscendantPresidential contenders on Tuesday turned their airplanes and their hopes to the next arena in the fight for the nomination, a state that will test Ted Cruz's broad appeal and give Hillary Clinton yet another chance to revive a battered campaign in the Granite State.