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."
It's an inherently sexist idea—that women are incapable of thinking independently from their husbands and partners.
"Maybe I have overlearned the lesson of staying calm, biting my tongue, digging my fingernails into a clenched fist, smiling all the while," Clinton writes.
Kaine is an experienced fundraiser who's close to Obama and respected by party stalwarts.
Clinton's methodical and deliberate leadership style may be why voters don't trust her.
Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are inspired by the women in their lives.
There's no shortage of Trump at the top of our list of the craziest election moments.
The 2016 presidential election has already been off the charts in terms of the bizarre.
Normally an afterthought in presidential politics, California has an unusually consequential primary in 2016.
"I'm proud to stand with Planned Parenthood," writes Hillary Clinton.
Republicans forgot the first rule of political ambushes: Present a facade of impartiality.
The questioning centered around Clinton's emails as partisan fighting dominated a marathon session.
"I am going to look really hard at him for anything, because that's how good he is," Clinton said.
The four other contestants need to get attention—at her expense.
The correspondence was with General David Petraeus, who was commander of U.S. Central Command at the time.
The AFL-CIO's Richard Trumka also chides Kasich and Trump and lauds Biden.
The latest finding brings the total number of Clinton emails considered to contain classified information to more than 200.