The president can't quit Clinton in night time tweet, accuses her of compromising national security.
The former presidential candidate for the Green Party also said she isn't 'unshakably opposed to' a 2020 run.
A former intelligence community watchdog said Hillary Clinton's campaign threatened his job.
“It’s important that there be a recognition that this happens everywhere,” she said.
White House employees worry that personal phone calls from work devices could be made public.
The actor said people still could not accept she voted for Jill Stein.
In an interview with Newsweek, Broaddrick said she blames the Clintons for the men who have allegedly sexually assaulted or harassed women over the last two decades.
Russian state TV got direct instructions to promote Trump and slam Clinton, says whistleblower.
“The future is coming right at us, and honest to goodness, I just think everybody listening to you should be demanding that public officials start coming up with some approaches to how we’re going to protect human beings and our lives from this," said Clinton.
An emerging conspiracy theory claims Hillary Clinton and others have already been indicted and are wearing ankle bracelets.
Peter Schweizer claims that Clinton wouldn't meet with Kazakh officials until concessions were granted to a Clinton Foundation donor.
The president has tweeted about the election or Clinton more than 260 times since last November.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand turned her back on Bill Clinton over his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Bill Clinton’s alleged victims have accused Hillary Clinton of intimidating them into silence.
Only the accusations against former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein crossed the political divide in new survey.
Shep Smith calls statements others on the network have made about the conspiracy theory "inaccurate."
House Judiciary Committee Democrats say they will force Sessions to reveal more about Russia meetings.
The Vermont lawmaker said Donna Brazile showed "courage" by disclosing what she learned about Hillary Clinton's campaign and the DNC.
"As has now come out, that just wasn’t the case," she said.
The political analyst's book flew off Amazon's virtual shelves and was sold out.