As Clinton Asks for Cash, Campaign Pitch Remains a MysteryIt was a very busy, very lucrative weekend for Hillary Clinton in the summer playground of the East Coast's moneyed elite.
Clinton Says Her 'Heart Breaks' for Slain Tulsa Man's FamilyHillary Clinton says her "heart breaks" for the family of a man from Lebanon living in Oklahoma who police say was fatally shot by his neighbor.
In Spite of Email Controversy, Clinton Holds Edge Over TrumpHillary Clinton can't seem to escape her use of a private email server as she runs for president. But faced with the choice of Donald Trump...
Trump to Finally Begin Airing TV AdsMILWAUKEE (AP) — Republican Donald Trump will begin airing the first television ads of his general election campaign, a month after officially becoming his party's nominee.
Trump Accuses Clinton of 'Bigotry,' Says She Opposes PoliceDonald Trump on Tuesday accused rival Hillary Clinton of "bigotry" and being "against the police," claiming that she...
Father of Orlando Shooter Sighted at Hillary Clinton EventThe father of the Orlando gay nightclub shooter was spotted at a campaign event for Hillary Clinton in central Florida.
The Latest: Clinton Group Targets Republicans, IndependentsThe Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign.
Clinton Attacks Trump Economic ProposalHillary Clinton offered a simple reply to Donald Trump's economic address Monday: "Don't let a friend vote Trump."
The Latest: Benghazi Parents Blame Clinton in LawsuitThe Latest on the U.S. presidential race.
Clinton Wooing a New Group of Voters: RepublicansHoping to capitalize on the criticism battering Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has begun portraying support for her candidacy as a patriotic duty of voters. She's broadening her message and appealing directly to Republicans to keep him out of the White House.
Clinton to Nation: It's a 'Moment of Reckoning'Hillary Clinton capped a four-day convention celebration with a plea for national unity and tolerance. Now, one of the most divisive and distrusted figures in American politics must convince voters that she, rather than Republican rival Donald Trump, can bring a deeply divided nation together.
Analysis: Obama Hopes Clinton Can Fix What He Could NotEight years ago, Barack Obama cast himself as the rare candidate who could transcend the polarizing "politics of the past" and bridge divides that had left Washington...