She was secretary of state in September 2012 when dozens of militants attacked a U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya.
Clinton's testimony will be a severe test of the skill and determination of the Benghazi committee members.
The ranking member has been a ferocious critic of Republican investigations.
Trump has come under a withering barrage of criticism for daring to intrude into the political election industry.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO's business record has become a piñata, but it's not nearly as bad as it looks.
The great failures attributed to George W. Bush—9/11 and the 2008 crash—were rooted in the Clinton years.
He's the top choice to be speaker of the House, but he says he doesn't want the job.
Mandatory bargaining laws have helped increase political participation among teachers.
Ohio Governor Kasich on Tuesday took a more moderate stance on a major immigration question that is dividing Repulicans.
Republican wannabes are making non-stop attacks on the millennial generation's heroes and beliefs.
Is it prejudice? Electoral math? Or simple demographics?
Jimmy Carter's reputation is being rehabilitated. But he did make one gargantuan mistake.
Some congressional Republicans have said allowing in Syrian refugees would constitute a pipeline for terrorists.
The president you'd least like to have a beer with freed the economy—including breweries.
The secret documents made public by Wikileaks offer a rare insight into how U.S. foreign policy really works.
A Massachusetts verdict confirms what an Ohio court ruled last year: The First Amendment always applies.