If it were Hillary Clinton serving as president instead of her husband in the '90s, the country might still have gotten the Defense of Marriage Act and "don't ask, don't tell."
Rachel Maddow devoted her MSNBC show to break down the former secretary's 11 hours of Benghazi testimony.
And then there were three. The former U.S. senator and governor of Rhode Island today announced he's ending his bid for the Democratic nomination.
The vice president acknowledged that his family's process of grieving his son has 'closed the window' on running an effective presidential campaign.
Ted Cruz now has the head of 'governmental affairs' of a leading hate group in his corner, and he couldn't be more proud.
Tell us whether Hillary and Bernie need a little more competition.
Twelve-year-old Olivia's handwritten letter — with emoticons — will give you the feels. And yes, Clinton responded.