RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton
A collection of news and information related to Bill Clinton published by this site and its partners.

Top Bill Clinton Articles

Displaying items 45-55
  • Clinton: US politics could use 'camps for adults'

    Hillary Rodham Clinton says the nation's political class could use "camps for adults" to foster cooperation because too many leaders get backed into partisan corners and refuse to work together. Clinton offered a bipartisan, feel-good message Thursday...
  • Kendrick Lamar battles his demons, comes out a rap visionary on 'To Pimp a Butterfly'

    Kendrick Lamar battles his demons, comes out a rap visionary on 'To Pimp a Butterfly'
    If it wasn’t clear after 2012’s “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City,” an album instantly, justly heralded as a classic, Kendrick Lamar’s follow-up, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” confirms that he’s a genius. He’s here...
  • In disclosure bill, Congress could shed some light on presidential libraries

    The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Thursday, March 19: During Sunshine Week, the annual reminder that open government is good government, Congress should shed some light on just who's funding the nation's presidential...
  • Hillary Clinton and us - a portrait of an abusive relationship

    Hillary Clinton and us - a portrait of an abusive relationship
    Like a suitcase on the world's longest luggage carousel, Hillary Rodham Clinton's all-but-assured presidential candidacy is now drifting back toward us, begging to be claimed whether or not we still want — or even remember — what is packed...
  • Looking at Iran after Netanyahu's speech

    Looking at Iran after Netanyahu's speech
    It's now been two weeks since Netanyahu's speech before Congress, time to reflect on what irked me and to turn my attention to the substantive issue of Iran and what to do about its nuclear capabilities. First, let me begin with the speech. What...
  • Supreme Court denies execution reprieve for Missouri inmate

    Missouri's oldest death row inmate was executed Tuesday night for the 1996 shooting death of a sheriff's deputy after the state's governor and the U.S. Supreme Court denied last-minute appeals to spare his life. Attorneys for 74-year-old Cecil Clayton had...
  • GOP weighs increase in war funds to skirt Pentagon limits

    House Republicans are considering adding tens of billions of dollars to President Barack Obama's request for overseas military operations in an effort to get around tight limits on Pentagon spending. The move comes as Republicans are set to unveil their...
  • Hillary's mystery: Where Clinton stands on issues dividing her party

    Even though Hillary Clinton has been at the forefront of U.S. politics for more than two decades, her views on some of the key issues dividing the Democratic Party remain a mystery. As she prepares a run for president, Clinton isn't talking about free-...
  • Talks to save Belfast power-sharing overshadow St Pat's Day

    It has become a hallmark of the St. Patrick's Day holiday: the entire political elite of Ireland descending on the White House. Not this year. Northern Ireland's unity government is in turmoil, and its leaders are staying put in Belfast to try to resolve...
  • For Hillary, the past is prologue

    For Hillary, the past is prologue
    Hillary Clinton must have experienced deja vu the other day, facing a demanding press bombarding her with questions about her penchant for privacy. The specifics of the interrogation were different, but the response was essentially the same as in her...
  • Ambitious 'Five Presidents' could use some work

    Ambitious 'Five Presidents' could use some work
    MILWAUKEE — When former presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush joined the incumbent president, Bill Clinton, at the 1994 funeral of former president Richard Nixon in Yorba Linda, Calif., it had been more than two...