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Hillary Clinton's vice president could help broaden her appeal among Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. She'll want to pick a VP that balances out some of her likability and character issues.
The troubles from the Hillary Clinton speaking fees seem to have no end.
She's already under fire for taking more than $600,000 from Goldman Sachs for three speaking appearances in 2013. Now there's evidence that speaking fees she collected in early 2015 were routed to her then-launching presidential campaign.
The Hillary Clinton campaign faces a double-edged threat from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) probe of the former secretary of state's private email server.
In addition to violations involving the improper storage and transmission of classified material, the investigation could reveal that Clinton Foundation donations from corporations as well as foreign governments influenced decisions Hillary Clinton made as secretary of state.
Trump and Clinton top their nearest competitors by large margins, but both leading candidates are headed into Super Tuesday shrouded in unexpected controversies.
These controversies include massive campaign oversights, as well as a few jabs from critics on the side.
Will Hillary Clinton go to jail?
One former Inspector General says there won't be an indictment, while one House Representative says there will be - and soon.
Today's Election 2016 news sees Donald Trump is scaling up his attacks against Hillary Clinton - just over one month before the first presidential primary in Iowa on Feb. 1...
With strong national polling numbers, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is confident of his lead within his own party.
At first blush it seems almost absurd to compare Hillary Clinton and Richard Nixon.
But the former secretary of state and front-runner for the 2016 Democratic nomination for president is much more like the disgraced Republican president than you might think. In fact, Hillary Clinton shares several disturbingly similar character flaws with Richard Nixon.
First lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham Clinton said, in later interviews, she'd wanted to pad her husband's modest salary with some investments.
She did just that - with highly speculative commodities trading. In fact, Clinton turned $1,000 into $100,000.
But her actions would spark a scandal, known as the "Hillary Clinton cattle futures controversy."
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton holds sway over U.S. markets. Over the past three weeks, two comments from her wiped millions off the value of an industry...
A 21-word tweet from Clinton sent the SPDR S&P Biotech ETF (NYSE Arca: XBI) - a collection of some of the largest biotech stocks on the market - down 5% on Sept. 21. The former first lady struck again Oct. 30. She tweeted an attack on prisons. Prison stocks promptly took a dive. Corrections Corp. of America (NYSE: CXW) fell as much as 6% when the tweet surfaced - a $200 million loss of value.
But there's one sector that is proving impervious to Hillary Clinton rants. In fact, the last time a politician took aim at this industry, it doubled during the worst financial crisis in recent memory.
The two investment recommendations I've got for you today could be the most profitable investments you make all year.
Both have deep competitive moats and even deeper margins than other stocks and could benefit from a boost that you're not going to find in any other industry coming into the presidential election.
The last time a politician took aim at this industry, it doubled during the worst financial crisis in recent memory.
The Hillary Clinton email scandal could yet derail her campaign, which of late has looked virtually unstoppable.
Rivals have dropped out, and she's again rising in the polls. And yet the Hillary Clinton email scandal continues to stalk the campaign. It's the last real obstacle between her and the Democratic nomination for president.
This week, Republicans and Democrats alike are watching the Benghazi investigation. Its outcome will have great bearing on the 2016 presidential election - and on American history itself.
When is the Benghazi hearing, and what should you expect?