Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex are getting their own "household," to be based at Buckingham Palace.
Hillary Clinton may not have succeeded in her race for the Oval Office. But she's still celebrating Presidents' Day by honoring a select few of the country's former leaders.
Former President Barack Obama marked the somber first anniversary of the Parkland killings on social media, while notable figures like Billie Jean King and Hillary Clinton also paid tribute.
Just days after videos of Speaker Nancy Pelosi sardonically clapping during President Trump’s State of the Union went viral, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke out in support of the congresswoman in a special video for MAKERS. “You know the tidal wave of women and young people running for office is helping to build an America that’s not only kinder, fairer, bigger hearted, but safer, stronger and more secure,” Clinton said, during a message delivered to the 2019 MAKERS Conference. ...
Female lawmakers attended President Trump's State of the Union address wearing "suffragist-white" to symbolize women's rights.
The former first daughter took the high road when a troll joked about the conspiracy theory that plagued mom Hillary Clinton's campaign.
America your votes are in. The winner of the "Most Admired Woman" in 2018 is... former first lady Michelle Obama. This is also the first time in 17 years that Hillary Clinton has not earned the top spot.
"While I know you may have been disappointed that you did not win President, I am so proud of you for deciding to run in the first place," Hillary Clinton wrote.
Ivanka Trump attended an Argentinian gala wearing an ivory suit by a designer who reportedly refused to dress the first lady. Ivanka shone in an off-the-shoulder white pantsuit by designer Gabriela Hearst, a designer who has criticized the Trump administration, a detail pointed out by CNN White House reporter Kate Bennett.
Keeping the conversation light for the most part, Taylor said she opted not to ask Hillary Clinton if she plans to run for president in 2020.
Two neighbors in Texas are being attacked on Facebook for sharing a photo of them side by side, making the point that their relationship can transcend their personal politics. On Twitter, there was pushback: "Could you just laugh and agree to disagree with someone who believes you should be deported?" one critic wrote.
Bill Hybels, an Evangelical pastor, already announced an early retirement after previous accusations.
While most politicians try to bury the conversation of money in politics, then-Republican nominee for president Donald Trump bragged that he spent his own money to fund his campaign. How do you manage to look political but not elitist?