Who or what is behind The New Republic's piece, "Hillary's Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With Elizabeth Warren," is politi...
Our experience of life would be richer if we had more women of all ages expressing themselves in various spheres, such as government, the corporate world, education and entertainment.
Deferral can't be the all-purpose formula for fixing reform. It's better than doing nothing because it should result in a small number of companies continuing to offer policies, but more is needed.
The Hillary Clinton bandwagon is running at full steam. With all the usual cautions about three years being a very long time in politics, there are other reasons to question this inevitability -- or, more to the point, the advisability -- of electing Hillary Clinton as president.
Hillary Clinton has been coroneted as the presumptive next President of the United States. The crystallization of a consensus three years before the event is as intriguing as the questions about what sort of president she would make.
The biggest problem in the U.S. now is corruption. The public know this, and are therefore unprecedentedly cynical about their government; they (as wi...
Even by Peggy Siegal's usual high celebrity quotient, the event was a coup: Hillary Clinton's introduction of a short documentary, White Gold, at its ...
The most recent media-consumed fever-dream boils down to Chris Christie versus Hillary Clinton. Although, two weeks ago, Ted Cruz was the presumptive GOP nominee. Didn't Hillary use up her inevitability card in 2008?
Voters who disapprove of Congress should "throw out the bums" who create the conditions that voters despise, and should defeat do-nothing and obstruct-everything Republicans in Washington.
Bill Clinton's very clever statement is about one thing, and one thing alone: positioning Hillary Clinton in 2016.
This is not just about funding. It is about shared values -- this is why UNESCO matters for the U.S. today, and a recent survey showed that 82 percent of Americans agree.
An expert in the digital marketing space and marketing professional with more than 20 years in the industry, Daina Middleton is the global CEO of Perf...
When it comes to the presidency we need someone who works for her constituents. Someone like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is not only uncorrupt but the brains behind the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Shrum and Erickson look back at five of last six presidential votes, Cooch's loss, DeBlasio's blowout, minimum wage votes, GOP polling and agree that America is slowly shifting. But is it a moment or a trend?
He is not the second coming of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush or even Ronald Reagan; he's a candidate with a slim chance of becoming the next commander-in-chief. Here's why