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If she is, Benghazi or Bill Clinton may or may not be issues...Now that that's out of the way, let's look at something more interesting how much resistance there may be to a female presidential candidate and to Hillary Clinton in particular. Here we
s 'should not decide' on top civil service jobs Prime ministers should not be allowed to choose between two candidates for top civil service jobs, MPs have said. A parliamentary commission has proposed creating this power, but the Public
Fla. (AP) Hillary Rodham Clinton is lauding Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's veto of a bill that set off a national debate over gay rights. The former secretary of state and New York senator told thousands of students, faculty and guests at the University
News about Seattle and King County government as well as national politics...Adam Smith was warned of repercussions in 2007 when he backed fresh-on-the-scene presidential candidate Barack Obama, particularly with Sens...Smith is now belatedly signing
Sen. Amy Klobuchar said she's excited about the possibility of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton running for president in 2016...Last year, all of the female Democratic senators signed a letter to Clinton encouraging her to run for president.
Despite the diversifying landscape of the work-world, women still struggle to find success and respect in their careers. It seems as though if we don't perform at our highest level every day in the office, what we lack is blamed on our womanhood. If
Giving new ammunition to opponents of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, an old confidential document kept by Clinton’s friend and former advisor, Diane Blair, portrays the former first lady as strong but ruthless.
News about Seattle and King County government as well as national politics. Hillary would make a tremendous president: Petraeus Hillary Clinton opposed the 2007 U.S. troop surge in Iraq, but the general who commanded the operation is enthusiastic
The media drumbeat began the day after the 2012 election: Hillary's inevitable. It grew louder when Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton sat for a joint 60 Minutes interview: Hillary's inevitable. It grew louder still as she was plastered on one magazine
After being a two-term First Lady, a Senator, and our Secretary of State, we all know she's got drive. But when it comes to actually driving, Hillary Clinton is all like, thanks, but no thanks!...Miz Clinton confessed at a car dealers' convention