Washington (CNN) - The prosecuting attorney in a nearly four-decade-old criminal case, where Hillary Clinton represented a man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl, is backing the potential 2016 candidate on the issue.
Mahlon Gibson told CNN on Wednesday the then 27-year-old Hillary Rodham (now Clinton) was "appointed" by the judge in the case, even though she voiced reservations.
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(CNN) – A day after former President Bill Clinton defended his wife against wealth attacks, Hillary Clinton said in an interview what while she is appreciative for the defense, she thinks her record "speak for itself."
"My husband was very sweet today," Clinton said in an interview with PBS NewsHour's Gwen Ifill that was taped on Tuesday night. "But I don’t need anybody to defend my record, I think my record speaks for itself."
Washington (CNN) – Former President Bill Clinton is not known for being detached from big decisions. But when it comes to whether his wife will run for the White House in 2016, the former president said he would play a small role.
"Like I said, I'm a bit player," Bill Clinton told the Denver Post on Monday, "and whatever she wants to do is fine with me."
Washington (CNN) - The victim of a rape case, whose attacker Hillary Clinton defended in 1975, is speaking out publicly Friday for the first time since 2008, accusing Clinton of ruining her life.
"Hillary Clinton took me through Hell,” the victim, now 52, told Josh Rogin of the Daily Beast, who agreed not to publish the woman’s name.
Washington (CNN) - A pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC is stepping up its involvement in key presidential primary states – but swear they are primarily focused on 2014.
Ready for Hillary, the group that is urging the former secretary of state to run for president in 2016, has donated $10,000 to the New Hampshire Democratic Party. The donation is the max the group can give to the party given their current FEC standing.
Washington (CNN) – When it comes to someone as polarizing as Hillary Clinton, book sale success is increasingly in the eye of the beholder.
Clinton detractors and supporters are already spinning the sale numbers with little more than a week since "Hard Choices," Clinton's second memoir, went on sale.
Washington (CNN) – Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye for the better part of three decades. Counting her husband's races, she has been through 13 runs at elected office, including three for the presidency.
She's been through Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky and health care reform. Details of her and her husband's lives have been dug through and subjected to national investigation. When she ran for president, her past was dug into more.
Washington (CNN) – Hillary Clinton didn't say Monday what she thinks the U.S. State Department should do on the Keystone XL pipeline, but the former secretary of state did give hope to both sides of the debate over the 1,179-mile-long project that would move oil from Canada to refineries in the United States.
Both pro- and anti-pipeline activists, for which there are many, will hear positive notes from Clinton's remarks at the Toronto event. While tweaking and heralding both positions, Clinton said she hoped the United States and Canada would not "put our relationship on the backs of this decision."
Arlington, Virginia (CNN) - At Costco, even the book signings are in bulk.
Flanked a steady stream of admirers - some of whom camped overnight - and surrounded by pallets of water bottles, paper towels and desk chairs, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed more than 1,000 copies of her book "Hard Choices" at a Northern Virginia Costco on Saturday.
In addition to the stream of fans, Clinton was also greeted by Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights icon and congressman from Georgia, and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sonia Sotomayor, who both unexpectedly attended the signing.
Washington (CNN) – Hillary Clinton has had an up and down week since her memoir "Hard Choices" hit bookshelves Tuesday. She's been personally called out, her words have been dissected and she has been criticized for what is - and is not - in the book.
But on Friday, sitting across from a close friend and longtime aide, Clinton told an audience of 1,500 people in Washington, that the process "feels a little bit liberating, to be honest."