What happened? Here's what happened: Hillary Clinton has blamed everyone for losing to Donald Trump. Let's review the lengthening list.
The former presidential nominee said that if she had been elected she'd have called for an independent commission to "get to the bottom of it."
Shouldn't a White House official and self-proclaimed champion of women's issues be held to the same standard as Hillary Clinton, a private citizen?
Some of the Women’s March supporters are most certainly not feeling the Bern.
The adverts are now being looked into as a potential part of the overall Russia probe.
Hillary Clinton said the physical scrutiny—and double standards between male and female candidates’ appearances—is something she has never adjusted to, noting that it takes a lot of effort “just to be a woman in the public eye.”
See also: Scott Walker and Sarah Palin.
The president was very outspoken about his feelings on Clinton's emails.
Trump is the president that we—conservatives—deserve.
Calling Weiner's downfall "indisputably sad," lawyers for the U.S. government argued that Weiner needed to go to prison because of the nature and seriousness of his crime.
The former presidential candidate says she could take action if Russian interference in the 2016 campaign is deeper than we know.
The former secretary of state won't rule out questioning results from the 2016 presidential election, as evidence of Russian interference grows.
Dana Rohrabacher's claims are the latest in a tit-for-tat fight with the Democratic Party.
Clinton made the remarks despite Comey’s decision to reopen the FBI probe into her private email server during the campaign.
Clinton has condemned Trump for "embracing dictators like Russia’s Vladimir Putin."
This is real fake news.
It’s an inherently sexist idea—that women are incapable of thinking independently from their husbands and partners.