Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton announced that she is expecting her first child with husband Marc Mezvinsky during a joint appearance with her mother, Hilary Clinton at the "Girls: No Ceilings" event on Thursday.
Literary genius Gabriel García Márquez has passed on Thursday at the age of 87.
Clinton was impressed by all of the boxer-actor-congressman's achievements and expressed his hopes that Pacquiao would one day win the presidential elections in the Philippines
Conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh jumped into the Obamacare criticising party on Tuesday when he said that Bill Clinton’s comments that President Obama “should honor” his promises about health care “undercuts” the president.
President Barack Obama endorsed fellow Democrat Bill de Blasio for mayor of New York City on Monday, bringing more momentum to the "tale of two cities" progressive candidate who trounced the Democratic primary field earlier this month
Former President Bill Clinton has joined Twitter with a personal account, so expect a few off-the-cuff remarks from the Democratic Party’s leader emeritus to start making headlines.
Everyone’s buzzing about Frank Ocean, Taylor Swift, and Mumford & Sons, but did you know that Michelle Obama and Bill Clinton are also nominated for Grammys this year?
On Monday, friends, family members, dignitaries and noted politicians said goodbye to New York City Mayor Ed Koch during his funeral service which was held not far from the 59th Street Bridge which was remained the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge in 2011.
Rumors were swirling on Thursday about Monica Lewinsky's intentions on writing a tell-all book on her affairs with Bill Clinton, but according to HuffPost these rumors are untrue.
The Democratic National Convention is now over and the leftists have made their points loud and clear. And there were some pretty preponderant themes to go around. Here are the four major takeaways from the DNC 2012.
The votes are in and we have a winner. Bill Clinton's speech on Wednesday night at the Democratic national Convention was a complete knockout.
Every speech delivered throughout the Democratic National Convention has been in preparation for tomorrow evening, the moment that President Barack Obama will step up to the podium and make an argument for why he deserves four more years.