How 'Lock Her Up!' just blew up

• Justice inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s business dealings languishes • FX delays ‘Impeachment’ miniseries in Bill Clinton’s impeachment

Top Facebook exec: Yes, we got Trump elected and it may happen again

A Facebook executive who backed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election campaign told colleagues in an internal memo last month that the platform could ultimately be responsible for President Trump’s reelection.

This is what's freaking Trump out about impeachment

Hillary Clinton’s nearly 66 million votes in the 2016 election weren’t enough to defeat Donald Trump. But just over 0.0001% of that could end Trump’s presidency. That’s the reality of what Trump faces if he is formally impeached by the House of Representatives later this week, as is ex

Sanders responds to Clinton: 'I'm sorry that Hillary Clinton is rerunning 2016'

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday denied an accusation made by Hillary Clinton last week that the Vermont senator’s delayed endorsement in 2016 hurt her Democratic presidential candidacy, saying that he did everything he could to get the former secretary of state elected president.

Analysis: Hillary Clinton destroyed Bernie Sanders in her Howard Stern interview

Out of office and (seemingly) unlikely to ever run for any public office again, Hillary Clinton is throwing off her decades-long guardedness to offer her raw opinions about, well, everything.

Key Mueller witness charged with funneling contributions to Clinton campaign

Eight people, including a longtime political networker and a CEO, have been indicted on charges of funneling money illegally into Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and other political groups.

Deval Patrick tells allies he's running for president

• Democrats want 2020 field to shrink, not grow • What is Hillary Clinton doing?

Analysis: What is Hillary Clinton doing?

On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton was asked whether she might — still — run for president in 2020. Here’s part of how she responded:

Bannon testifies that Trump campaign viewed Roger Stone as access point to WikiLeaks

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said in court on Friday that he and the Trump campaign viewed Roger Stone, a longtime Donald Trump associate, as an access point to WikiLeaks, the organization that leaked stolen emails that were damaging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Tulsi Gabbard got a boost following Hillary Clinton's attacks on her

Hawaii Rep.Tulsi Gabbard appeared poised to be one of the many forgotten 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. That was until former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton decided to call her out on David Plouffe’s podcast.

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