Four former presidents are urging Americans to get vaccinated as soon as COVID-19 doses are available to them.
Vernon Jordan, a civil rights activist and former advisor to President Bill Clinton has died, his family said Tuesday in a statement. He was 85.
Speaking during the televised broadcast “Celebrating America” after the historic inauguration of President Joe Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris, three former presidents shared advice for the incoming administration and echoed Biden’s calls for unity among all Americans.
President-elect Joe Biden will be joined by former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton during the upcoming inauguration on Jan. 20, underscoring unity at a time of division.
New York's 29 presidential electors awarded their votes to Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris Monday on Monday.
Hillary Clinton returned to the Democratic National Convention to cement her legacy as a champion of women in politics — and issued a stark warning.
On the second night of the Democratic National Convention, party leaders tried to blend its past with its future.
bILL Clinton’s opened his speech by criticizing President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Linda Tripp, whose covert recording of conversations with Monica Lewinsky revealed an affair with then-President Bill Clinton, has died, Fox News confirmed.
A suspected bomb that was intended for Hillary and Bill Clinton in a New York City suburb was intercepted Tuesday, according to the U.S. Secret Service. The New Castle Police Department, which covers the area around the Clinton home, issued a statement: "This morning, the New Castle Police Department assisted to FBI, Secret Service, and the Westchester County Police with the investigation of a suspicious package."
Returning to the public stage this week in Chicago, former President Barack Obama urged young people to get involved in politics. That appearance was unpaid. A scheduled speech for Wall Street firm Cantor Fitzgerald this September is not. The 44th president will reportedly receive $400,000 for the appearance at a health care conference. But he is hardly the first former president to take on lucrative speaking engagements.