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Bill Clinton

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  • Billionaire politics control America's primary system

    Billionaire politics control America's primary system
    The Republican presidential candidates are set to crucify each other on crosses of gold. GOP leaders exulted a few years ago when the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and other decisions invited the rich to pour unlimited sums into political...
  • Clinton cash: No smoking gun

    Her enemies finally found it. Forget Benghazi, emails, Vince Foster, or Whitewater. This is the scandal that will bring Hillary down. And you have to admit, it does sound pretty sleazy when you first hear about ... "Clinton Cash!" On one hand, here is...
  • Helicopter airport on edge of downtown is set for takeoff

    Helicopter airport on edge of downtown is set for takeoff
    A plot of land on Chicago's Near West Side once polluted with arsenic and asbestos will get a clean start Thursday as a helicopter airport that investors say fills a void in air service to the downtown area that has existed since the city bulldozed...
  • In presidential bid, Sanders differs with Clinton

    Day-old presidential contender Bernie Sanders said Thursday that questions about the Clinton Foundation's activities are fair game in the race for the Democratic nomination, and noted that Hillary Rodham Clinton has yet to take a position on contentious...
  • Gray's death becomes a factor in presidential, Senate contests

    Gray's death becomes a factor in presidential, Senate contests
    In a sweeping address that explored the racial dynamics of the criminal justice system, Hillary Clinton called Wednesday for an end to "the era of mass incarceration" of black men and said the violence in Baltimore demanded political leaders take a new...
  • As unrest and arrests grow, Clinton evolves on crime

    Hillary Rodham Clinton issued an impassioned call for overhauling an "out of balance" criminal justice system Tuesday, using her first major public policy address as a presidential candidate to reflect on the recent unrest in Baltimore and push for an end...
  • Clinton's call for easing harsh sentencing laws is echoed by Republican rivals

    Clinton's call for easing harsh sentencing laws is echoed by Republican rivals
    Hillary Rodham Clinton might have preferred to use her first big policy announcement to discuss confronting stagnant middle-class wages, or runaway higher-education costs, or even big money in politics. Instead, she found herself Wednesday talking about...
  • Groups ask for federal review of Ohio injection-well program

    A coalition of environmental and community groups asked a federal watchdog office on Wednesday to investigate alleged legal violations by the state's injection well approval program. In a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of...
  • The Clintons lower the bar -- again

    I once had a boss who gave me some great advice, not just for managing people but for judging politicians: You forgive mistakes; you punish patterns. Everybody screws up. But if someone won't learn from his mistakes and try to correct his behavior, then...
  • War court judge denies USS Cole defense lawyers full 'Torture Report'

    MIAMI The military judge in the USS Cole death penalty trial has rejected a defense request for a full copy of the so-called "Senate Torture Report," saying case prosecutors decide what the lawyers for the accused terrorist are entitled to see. Two...
  • Bill Clinton's plane makes unscheduled landing in Tanzania

    A spokesman for Bill Clinton says a chartered plane carrying the former U.S. president had to land unexpectedly after one of its engines developed a problem during a flight over Tanzania. Matt McKenna told The Associated Press late Wednesday that...