Twelve years after the scandals that shook the White House, when the then-President of the United States, Bill Clinton, had an affair with intern Monica Lewinsky, statements allegedly made by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have brought the subject back into the spotlight.
The former Secretary of State of the US, Hillary Clinton, and New York's mayor, Bill de Blasio, joined forces to launch a public service campaign that seeks to promote early learning in children of the Latino community.
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
The former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, ended a week of silence on her account on the microblogging site, Twitter.
Oscar de la Renta is more than just a designer; he continues to give back to his home country, the Dominican Republic.
The Clintons aren't too happy that embattled New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner apparently spilled the beans by publicly hinting that Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016.
A new poll reveals that Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is leading the way as the top presidential nominee in the Republican Party.
Despite heavy coverage by Fox News and congressional Republicans, more Americans trust Hillary Clinton when it comes to Benghazi than the GOP.
A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows 65 percent of Democrats would vote for Hillary Clinton if a presidential election was held today.
Hillary Clinton sparked 2016 presidential hopes again, as she does nearly every time she makes news, when she gave the keynote address at the fourth annual Women in the World 2013 Summit in New York City.
Hillary Clinton beats out both Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush among Florida voters in a new Quinnipiac University poll pitting the former first lad and Secretary of State against the two local favorites.
Hillary Clinton has officially endorsed same-sex marriage in a video released on YouTube on Monday by the Human Rights Campaign, a leading American gay rights organization.
Could it be: A Hillary-Michelle ticket during the 2016 presidential race?
Yesterday, LatinosPost.com reported on the anonymous hacker scheme which exposed the financial records of a dozen celebrities and well-known politicians including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Ashton Kutcher and Hillary Clinton. Since then, it's been discovered that the list of high profile victims has grown to include Michelle Obama, Sarah Palin and Britney Spears.
Hillary Clinton may reconsider her decision not to run in the 2016 Presidential election after reading about the findings of a recent public opinion poll that shows she is the most popular national figure in the country.