Chelsea Clinton book 'It's Your World' coming

Another Clinton is becoming an author.

Clintons earned at least $30 mn since beginning of 2014

Hillary and Bill Clinton have earned at least $30 million since January 2014, including more than $25 million for delivering about 100 speeches, according to a government filing.

Bill Clinton says if Hillary wins, he'll move back to White House 'if asked'

 Former US President Bill Clinton said on Tuesday he will move back into the White House if his wife Hillary wins the presidency next year - "if I`m asked."

Ex-CIA officer get 3.5 years for NY Times leak

 Former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling was sentenced Monday to 3.5 years in prison for leaking classified information to a New York Times journalist.

Bill Clinton defends his foundation, says no wrongdoings

Former US President Bill Clinton on Monday defended his not-for-profit charity foundation, arguing that it has not done anything "knowingly inappropriate" by taking money to influence any American government policy.

Clinton Foundation admits mistakes in donor disclosure

Amid growing scrutiny of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, the Clinton Foundation has admitted that the family philanthropy organisation made mistakes in how it disclosed its foreign donors.

Clinton Foundation admits financial disclosure `mistakes`

 Officials at the philanthropy founded by Bill and Hillary Clinton admitted Sunday that the organization has made financial disclosure "mistakes" and vowed to quickly correct the errors.

Hillary Clinton dodges questions about family foundation

 US Democrat Hillary Clinton, on the 2016 presidential campaign trail Monday, faced unsettling new accusations of financial conflicts of interest involving her family`s philanthropic foundation, including some in a new book.

2016 US Prez race: Hillary`s in, but what role for Bill Clinton?

Hillary Clinton has put an end to speculation about one question: Yes, she`s running for president. But that leaves another: What role has she in mind for her husband Bill?

Achilles heels? Scandals, gaffes could haunt Hillary

Hillary Clinton looks ahead to 2016 as the year Americans may finally elect their first-ever female president, but her past is freighted with blemishes and gaffes that could compromise if not sink her campaign.

Hillary blamed for 'damaging' foreign policy as she announces 2016 US presidential bid
Hillary blamed for 'damaging' foreign policy as she announces 2016 US presidential bid

Hillary Rodham Clinton, who in a video announcement on Sunday confirmed her much speculated candidacy for 2016 US Presidential race, took a road trip to Iowa on the same day to kick off the campaign.

Hillary Clinton enters White House race, seeks to be first female US Prez
Hillary Clinton enters White House race, seeks to be first female US Prez

Hillary Clinton promised to be a champion for everyday Americans on Sunday as she kicked off a long-awaited second run for the White House as the commanding Democratic front runner.

Ramalinga Raju: From brushing shoulders with Clinton to prison-cell

Raju was sentenced to seven years' rigorous imprisonment by a special court here today for the multi-crore accounting fraud at Satyam, the company he founded.

 

PM Narendra Modi meets Aussie PM, Clinton in Singapore

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott and former US president Bill Clinton here on Sunday.

1 in 10 Singapore citizens queue to pay respects to Lee Kuan Yew

More than 330,000 people, equivalent to 10 percent of Singapore`s citizen population, have visited the city-state`s parliament to pay their respects to late prime minister Lee Kuan Yew ahead of his cremation this weekend, officials said on Saturday.

Bill Clinton to lead US delegation to Lee Kuan Yew funeral

 Former president Bill Clinton will lead a delegation from the United States to the state funeral of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore`s founding leader who died at age 91 on Monday.

Hillary Clinton emails breathe new life into Benghazi panel

The photo that became an Internet meme Hillary Rodham Clinton, wearing sunglasses, staring at her BlackBerry troubles Republicans on the House committee investigating the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya.

No one wants their personal emails made public, says Hillary Clinton
No one wants their personal emails made public, says Hillary Clinton

As the political controversy over Hillary Clinton's emails rumbles on, the former US Secretary of State on Tuesday confessed that it was a mistake to have used a private server during her tenure, at the same time defending her act of deleting personal emails.

Bill Clinton defends foreign donations to foundation

US ex-president Bill Clinton sought to fend off criticism of his family foundation for taking money from foreign governments, some with questionable human rights records.

For Clinton, her family foundation may pose campaign risks

The foundation launched by former President Bill Clinton more than a decade ago has battled HIV and AIDS in Africa, educated millions of children and fed the poor and hungry around the globe.