(CNN) – People aren't kidding when they say Washington can be a small town.
While President Obama was returning from his daughter's basketball game Sunday, his motorcade sped past Bill and Hillary Clinton as they were walking a dog.
(CNN) - Bill Clinton was arguably the Democratic Party's biggest rock star on the campaign trail last year, and now the former president appears to be getting ready to hit the trail again.
CNN has confirmed that Clinton will be in his native state of Arkansas on March 16 to help Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor kick off his 2014 re-election bid. The fundraiser, in Little Rock, the state capital, will be headlined by Clinton, who served 12 years as Arkansas governor before being elected president in 1992.
(CNN) – Commenting on the controversial change in the rules of golf–the upcoming ban on anchored putting–former President Bill Clinton opened up about his hand tremor while elaborating on how he could benefit from the new rule.
"I have a condition that sometimes you get with aging," Clinton said. "You may have noticed it; my hand has a little tremor when I'm tired and a lot of people do when they're older."
(CNN) - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may not know her plans for the future, but her husband certainly pictures her being around for a long, long time.
Talking about her recent health setback, former President Bill Clinton said his wife will be just fine and boasted of her "low blood pressure" and "standing heartbeat."
"I tell her…she's still got time to have three more husbands after me," he joked. "So I think she'll live to be 120."
(CNN) – The 42nd U.S. president introduced the 16th president Sunday night at a star-studded awards ceremony - well, kind of.
Former President Bill Clinton was on hand to present a clip for "Lincoln," the biographical film nominated for best motion picture - drama at the 70th annual Golden Globes. Receiving a 30-second standing ovation, the president walked in to deliver brief remarks about the film.
(CNN) – Martin Scorsese, the director behind Travis Bickle from "Taxi Driver" and Billy Costigan from "The Departed," will focus his latest project on a real life character: Former President Bill Clinton.
The iconic filmmaker is partnering with HBO to produce a documentary about the 42nd president, and will have Clinton's full cooperation, according to a release from the cable network. HBO said the picture would "explore [Clinton's] perspectives on history, politics, culture and the world."
(CNN) - Newt Gingrich, a former Republican House speaker who knows something of negotiating with a Democratic president over budget issues, laid out his "fiscal cliff" advice to Republicans Tuesday on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight:” if necessary, go over the cliff without a deal.
"I am frankly not at all encouraged by what I see and a little bit worried by it," he said, assessing the negotiations - apparently now in impasse - in Washington to avert the tax increases and spending cuts which lay ahead in the new year.
Washington (CNN) – On a brisk Sunday in Washington, President Barack Obama took a short trip to Joint Base Andrews to play golf with big names in the Democratic Party - former President Bill Clinton and Clinton's longtime aide and candidate for governor in Virginia Terry McAuliffe, as well as U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk.
Clinton and Obama have a history of golfing with one another. In September of 2011, a golf outing by the former and current presidents fostered the tight relationship that was featured throughout the 2012 campaign.
(CNN) – Former President Bill Clinton penned an op-ed published Sunday in Iowa's largest newspaper making a final appeal for President Barack Obama with just a couple days left until polls close on November 6.
Clinton - who has been highly visible on the campaign trail for the president and stumped with Obama Sunday morning in battleground New Hampshire - laid out his case to re-elect his Democratic descendant in The Des Moines Register.
Concord, New Hampshire (CNN) – President Barack Obama characterized his place in the upcoming election in surprising terms Sunday, slightly reframing a line he first used Saturday night.
"I looked at David Plouffe and some of you know he's my big campaign bus smart guy, Plouffe and I looked at each other and we said you know what? We're no longer relevant now, we're props," Obama told the crowd of 14,000 outside the Concord state capitol building.