Fareed Zakaria, host of CNN's "GPS," spoke with former President Bill Clinton about his wife's time as secretary of state, her approval ratings and whether she is likely to run for president herself.
"These polls don't mean much now. We're a long way ahead. I think she would be the first to tell you that there is no such thing as a done deal, ever, by anybody. But I don't know what she's going to do," he said.FULL STORY
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Some say total openness is the key to a healthy marriage. But it appears, for now at least, Hillary Clinton isn't telling her husband whether she has her eye on running for the White House in 2016.
"I don't know what she's going to do," Bill Clinton told CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama will join former President Bill Clinton for a public conversation on health care next week, the White House announced Thursday.
White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters during the Obama administration's daily briefing that the president and former president "will engage in a conversation about the benefits and future of healthcare reform in America and access to quality healthcare around the globe," Carney said. The conversation will take place during next Tuesday's meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York.
(CNN) – In an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, former President Bill Clinton stood by the Obama administration's pursuit of a deal with Russia for Syria to hand over its chemical weapons.
On a separate topic, Clinton called Larry Summers "a friend" but did not directly answer whether he should have removed his name Sunday from consideration for the chairmanship of the Federal Reserve.
(CNN) – Basketball legend Dennis Rodman arrived in Beijing on Saturday from North Korea without imprisoned American Kenneth Bae.
Rodman, who visited North Korea this week, was tight-lipped about his trip.FULL STORY
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(CNN) – Former President Bill Clinton, who President Barack Obama once joked should be appointed “Secretary of Explaining Stuff,” was professorial, lengthy and detailed in a Wednesday speech dedicated to clarifying the controversial – and still misunderstood – Affordable Care Act.
Although the former president used a majority of the speech to detail the strengths and weaknesses of Obamacare – he repeatedly told the audience at his presidential library in Little Rock, Arkansas the phone number and website that would help people find Obamacare coverage – he ended his speech with a plea for bipartisanship from Congress.
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(CNN) – As the clock ticks down to key elements of President Barack Obama's health care law taking effect, former President Bill Clinton will provide a defense of the controversial measure in a speech next week at his presidential library in Arkansas.
(CNN) - Former President Bill Clinton gave a shout-out to Rory McIlroy Wednesday night, letting the pro-golfer know that he's honing his game with some other pros.
McIlroy won the 2011 U.S. Open and the 2012 PGA championship.
(CNN) – Taking issue with a New York Times report this week on the financial health of the Clinton Foundation, former President Bill Clinton on Friday released an open letter explaining why the organization ran multi-million dollar deficits in 2007 and 2012.
(CNN) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will host a fundraiser next month for longtime family friend and Democratic candidate for Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, a source familiar with the event confirmed to CNN Friday.
The event is scheduled to be held at Clinton's home in Washington, said the source, who spoke anonymously since the fundraiser is considered a private event.