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Hillary Clinton: Mueller report shows obstruction occurred

President Donald Trump has repeatedly said the Mueller report shows no collusion between his campaign and the Russians.

Hillary Clinton: GOP must choose 'rule of law' or 'rule of Trump'

Time and again in her remarks Wednesday to foreign policy students, Clinton returned to the 2016 election that she ultimately lost to Trump, criticizing the media and the effect that conspiracy theories had on her candidacy.


Democratic dust-up as Sanders and Clinton loyalist feud again

Neera Tanden, whose salary was $397,000 in 2018, was an unpaid adviser to Clinton’s 2016 campaign while running the think tank, and was considered a candidate for a top White House job had Clinton won the presidency.

Light and dark

Arrest of Julian Assange brings up questions of press freedom. And transparency, and its limits, in an inter-connected world.

Hillary Clinton: Assange must 'answer for what he has done'

Assange was arrested after Ecuador revoked the political asylum that had kept him holed up at the embassy for nearly seven years. The US is seeking Assange's extradition.

Why did four top Democrats just say no to 2020?

There is also the looming deadline of March 31, when candidates must report their first quarter finances to the Federal Election Commission. Those returns will be scrutinized as an early show of relative strength — or weakness — in the race.


Hillary Clinton called 'Queen of Shade' after trolling Trump with Mean Girls GIF

Reacting to the US President's condescending tweet and indicating that she's done with the “Crooked Hilary” references, Clinton tweeted a GIF from the film Mean Girl featuring Racheal McAdams.

Hillary Clinton says she won't run for president in 2020

Clinton, who lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump, says, "I'm going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for what I believe."

US: Investigators probe whether pipe bombs were intended to detonate or sow fear

Much was still unanswered about the devices, including how they were delivered, and authorities have said nothing about suspects.

Obama, Clinton among targets of suspected bombs ahead of US election

At least eight suspicious parcels were intercepted before reaching any intended recipients, including Obama's attorney general, Eric Holder, former CIA Director John Brennan and prominent Democratic Party donor George Soros.