Bill Clinton! Saying words!
Bill Clinton! Saying words!
Most of the time you see headlines about a late-night talk show host doing a thing, that thing is making a joke. Totally ROASTING someone or being AHH GOALS AF or gently ruffling an ascending fascist’s toupee. But the most notable line from Stephen Colbert’s latest interview with Bill Clinton isn’t a zinger and…
In case you were wondering, former President Bill Clinton remains bad.
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Yesterday, Lady Gaga made an appearance at the One America Appeal concert benefit for victims of recent hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Above is the official portrait, with her fans. The image has gone viral.
Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter–bygone reminders of leadership with dignified hair–are holding a country-themed disaster relief benefit concert at Texas A&M this evening, and prettymuch everyone thinks Donald Trump wasn’t invited. It’s a concert to…
To grow up a girl in the 1990s was to stew in a particularly rich pot of misogyny and, for some of us, to have one’s sense of the world shaped by the treatment of an uneasy trinity of women: Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and Monica Lewinsky.
EAST HARLEM – Cecelia Grant, a retired public school teacher, has been living on the street since June. On Tuesday, she voted for the first time today in 20 years. “Being a registered voter means I’m a part of ‘We the People,’” she mused. “Any time anything gets done, it’s because of We the People.”
Tonight, at Hillary Clinton’s rally in Philadelphia, Michelle Obama brought down the house as she called for Americans to head to the polls and cast their votes for the nation’s first female president.
Hillary Clinton holds her final campaign rally tomorrow, during which she will deliver a last address to constituents before the nation heads to the polls on Tuesday. In honor of the occasion, her team has clearly chosen both the location and headlining musical guest with American iconography in mind. Bruce “The Boss”…
Just days after the F.B.I announced that there are still more goddamn emails of Hillary Clinton’s to investigate, NPR reports that on Tuesday the file on Bill Clinton’s controversial 2001 pardon of Marc Rich was released to the public — and no one is quite sure why.
“They’re lies,” Melania Trump told CNN’s Anderson Cooper during a lengthy interview Monday night. Melania was referring to the nearly dozen women who have accused her husband, Donald Trump, of sexually assaulting them. “I believe my husband, I believe my husband,” she repeated, as she turned the blame to the…
On Thursday afternoon, Hillary Clinton’s Wikipedia page was targeted by Internet hackers apparently supporting Donald Trump.
In the midst of this brutal and never-ending carnival of an election, you’d think we’d run out of new ways to humiliate ourselves as a nation. But you’d be wrong: Protesters wearing “Bill Clinton is a Rapist” shirts are disrupting Clinton rallies, because the conspiracy site InfoWars is offering them $5,000 to do so.
BuzzFeed’s Katie J.M. Baker just published an excellent, nuanced and confounding profile of Juanita Broaddrick, the 73-year-old Arkansas woman who has said for years that Bill Clinton raped her. Baker outlines both Broaddrick’s deep and clearly very genuine desire to be believed, as well as the rabid political frenzy…
Based on Hillary Clinton’s 2008 “3 a.m. phone call” campaign ad, The Simpsons have released a campaign video meant to parody the concept. As it turns out, the video primarily lampoons Donald Trump (that’s fine!).
PHILADELPHIA — On Thursday night, we joined thousands and thousands of people in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Arena to watch Hillary Clinton accept the Democratic party’s nomination.
The past two weeks have been a rollercoaster of political emotion and deadening boredom, and boy, are we tired.
“You don’t stop being a parent when your child dies,” Lucia McBath, one of the Mothers of the Movement said at the Democratic National Convention last night. “I am still Jordan Davis’s mother. His life ended the day he was shot and killed for playing loud music. But my job as his mother didn’t.”