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Republican Party officials plan to vote late Friday morning on whether to boycott any presidential primary debates planned by CNN and NBC should they proceed with lengthy television features on Hillary Clinton. The Republican National Committee
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton responds forcefully to intense questioning on the September attacks on U.S. diplomatic sites in Benghazi, Libya, during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington January 23, 2013.
Hillary Clinton biopic plans irks both left, right Posted August 15, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. In a land of free press, 24-hour news cycles, blurred lines between news and entertainment, and a multitude of vehicles delivering information, the political
When NBC Entertainment announced in July that it was planning a 2014 miniseries about presumed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, with Diane Lane playing the former first lady, there was an inevitable reaction from the Right. NBC News personnel,
Two days after a report emerged that Fox Television studios may produce NBC's Hillary Clinton miniseries , Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Reince Priebus dismissed the connection as "totally ridiculous and stupid." In an interview with CNN'
Andrea Mitchell's long, biased NBC News career reminds us that her ardor for Hillary Clinton caused here to pitch the former First Lady as "the most admired woman in America, beating Oprah in a landslide," and characterizing the Clinton years as "the
the man played by Kevin Spacey in the very tilted 2000-Tallahassle HBO film "Recount" -- wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post lambasting RNC chairman Reince Priebus with warning CNN and NBC they'd avoid debates on their networks if they aired
Republican party chief Reince Priebus defended his threat to bar NBC and CNN from participating in GOP presidential primaries, saying Thursday he needs to choose moderators who are "interested in the future of our party and our nominees." Priebus
Stories Even liberals are joining the chorus of criticism against NBC and CNN for their series based on the life and times of Hillary Clinton . New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd and the progressive Media Matters group are crying foul on the
Democrats are three years away from picking their 2016 presidential nominee, but Republicans already are launching a salvo of pre-emptive strikes on the potential candidate seen as their biggest threat -- Hillary Clinton. The most recent effort came