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Hillary Clinton describes overcoming sexism in college to Humans of New York
Eric DuVallNEW YORK, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- Hillary Clinton opened up to the online interview project Humans of New York about the sexism she's faced and how it affects her ability to connect with voters.
3 points by UPI | Emotion New York City United Press International New York Hillary Rodham Clinton Democratic Party Westchester County New York Kirsten Gillibrand
Cartoons of the day: Feb. 16, 2017
Here are today’s editorial cartoons of the day. Topics include Russian involvement in the 2016 election, Michael Flynn's resignation, and a report about Hillary Clinton running in 2020.
5 points by The Denver Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Kirsten Gillibrand Michael Flynn 2016 Summer Olympics
Chelsea Clinton says she won’t run for senate
What do you do when President Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway tweets that your mom is a loser? Chelsea Clinton, who attended her friend Tanya Taylor’s fashion presentation on Friday, shared some helpful advice on how to deal with social media bullies: focus on making your voice heard and ignore the taunts and low-blows. “Just have...
2704 points by New York Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton New York Kirsten Gillibrand English-language films Chuck Schumer Bill Clinton John E. Sweeney New York City
Agreement reached in 3-month-old strike at NY plant
WATERFORD, N.Y. (AP) - Union officials have announced a tentative contract agreement that could end a three-month strike at an upstate New York chemical plant. Dennis Trainor, vice president for CWA District One, said Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office helped mediate the dispute between 700 union workers and Momentive Performance ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | New York Kirsten Gillibrand United States Democratic Party Trade union Chuck Schumer George Pataki Upstate New York
New York creates loan fund for local health care providers
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York state is setting aside nearly $20 million to assist local health care providers looking to expand or upgrade their facilities. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the move Thursday. The new Community Health Care Revolving Fund is intended to help community health organizations that might not ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Massachusetts Health care New York City New York New Jersey Kirsten Gillibrand Washington D.C. Health care provider
Rep. Keith Ellison, who is in the running to be the next DNC chair, will meet with California Democrats on Saturday
Essential Politics: Democrats boast they've picked up another seat in Legislature, statewide uncounted ballots dips below 3.5 million Nov. 18, 2016, 11:18 a.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:Less than...
103 points by Los Angeles Times | Democratic Party Democratic National Committee Debbie Wasserman Schultz Minnesota Kirsten Gillibrand Hillary Rodham Clinton Tim Kaine Jewish members of the United States House of Representatives
A Senate Hopeful Veers From Republican Mainstream, and Toward Donald Trump
Wendy E. Long, a former Supreme Court clerk and corporate litigator who is seeking to unseat Senator Charles Schumer, said Mr. Trump had shaped much of her current thinking.
3564 points by The New York Times | Chuck Schumer New York Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton United States Senate Supreme Court of the United States Bill Clinton
Fight for our values, Clinton says in first public remarks since election
Defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on Wednesday for a renewed fight for a more-inclusive United States despite disappointment over an election loss that laid bare national divisions.
2 points by | Hillary Rodham Clinton Barack Obama Bill Clinton State Children's Health Insurance Program George W. Bush Democratic Party First Lady of the United States Kirsten Gillibrand
Clinton, suffering from pneumonia, cancels trip
A video shows the Democratic presidential nominee slumping and being held up by 3 people as she was helped into a van        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Kirsten Gillibrand New York Donald Trump Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton Chuck Schumer President of the United States Ivana Trump
Clinton, suffering from pneumonia, cancels Calif. trip
A video shows the Democratic presidential nominee slumping and being held up by 3 people as she was helped into a van        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Kirsten Gillibrand New York Donald Trump Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton Chuck Schumer President of the United States Ivana Trump
Hillary Clinton cancels West Coast visit after health incident at 9/11 memorial
Clinton abruptly left the anniversary ceremony on Sunday morning and needed to be held up by three people before she appeared to stumble off a curb and was helped into a van. NEW YORK -- Hillary Clinton is calling off plans to visit the West Coast on Monday and Tuesday following a health episode at the 9/11 memorial. Clinton abruptly left the anniversary ceremony on Sunday morning and needed to be held up by three people before she appeared to stumble off a curb and was helped into a van. Hillary Clinton 9/11 NYC pic.twitter.com/q9YnsjTxss -- Zdenek Gazda (@zgazda66) September 11, 2016 Several hours later, her campaign revealed she was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and advised to rest. Her doctor said Sunday evening that Clinton had become overheated and dehydrated at the event in lower Manhattan. Dr. Lisa R. Bardack said Clinton is now "recovering nicely" at home. The Democratic nominee was scheduled to attend fundraisers on Monday and Tuesday in California, and tape an episode of Ellen DeGeneres' talk show. Hillary Clinton's health re-emerges as issue after stumbling, diagnosis of pneumonia
3 points by The Plain Dealer | Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party New York Donald Trump Hillary Rodham Clinton Chuck Schumer Ivana Trump Fred Trump
Clinton recovering after health episode, cancels Calif. trip
NEW YORK (AP) - An ill Hillary Clinton abruptly left a 9/11 anniversary ceremony Sunday and needed to be held up by three people before she appeared to stumble off a curb and was helped into a van. Several hours later, her campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and advised to rest.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party New York Donald Trump Chuck Schumer Hillary Rodham Clinton President of the United States Ivana Trump
Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia before incident at 9/11 event, campaign says
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, according to her campaign. In a statement released Sunday after Mrs. Clinton collapsed at a Sept. 11 memorial event in New York, Dr. Lisa Bardack said she made the diagnosis while examining the candidate's recent coughing incidents. The former ...
4469 points by The Washington Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton First Lady of the United States Bill Clinton Barack Obama Cough Democratic Party United States Senate election in New York 2006 Kirsten Gillibrand
Doctor: Clinton has pneumonia, recovering after 9/11 event
NEW YORK (AP) - Hillary Clinton abruptly left a 9/11 anniversary ceremony Sunday after feeling "overheated," according to her campaign, and hours later her doctor disclosed that the Democratic presidential nominee had pneumonia. A video showed Clinton slumping and being held up by three people as she was helped into ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party New York Donald Trump Chuck Schumer Hillary Rodham Clinton Ivana Trump President of the United States
Hillary Clinton Is Being Treated for Pneumonia, Leaves 9/11 Ceremony Feeling ‘Overheated’
The diagnosis of the Democratic presidential nominee came on Friday during a follow up evaluation of her prolonged cough, her doctor said.
33280 points by The New York Times | Bill Clinton Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton Barack Obama Kirsten Gillibrand George W. Bush Ted Kennedy Chelsea Clinton
Clinton’s doctor advises rest for her pneumonia
A video shows the Democratic presidential nominee slumping and being held up by 3 people as she was helped into a van        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party New York Donald Trump Hillary Rodham Clinton Chuck Schumer President of the United States Ivana Trump
Clinton: 'I'm feeling great'; was 'overheated' at 9/11 event
NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton abruptly left a 9/11 anniversary ceremony Sunday after feeling "overheated," according to her campaign. A video showed the Democratic presidential nominee slumping and being held up by three people as she was helped into a van.Less than two months from Election Day, it was an unwanted visual for Clinton as she tries to project the strength and vigor needed for one of the world's most demanding jobs. Republican rival Donald Trump has spent months questioning Clinton's health, saying she doesn't have the stamina to be president.
-1 points by Boston Herald | Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party New York Donald Trump Chuck Schumer Hillary Rodham Clinton President of the United States Ivana Trump
Clinton: 9/11 was personal
During an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo, Hillary Clinton discussed her memories of visiting a woman in the hospital after the 9/11 attacks and how it became personal to her.
130 points by CNN | Notre Dame de Paris Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Hillary Rodham Clinton Colin Powell Bill Clinton Democratic Party Kirsten Gillibrand Condoleezza Rice
Hillary Clinton: ‘I’m feeling great’; was ‘overheated’ at 9/11 event
Hillary Clinton abruptly left Sunday's 9/11 anniversary ceremony in New York after feeling "overheated," according to her campaign, and retreated to her daughter's nearby apartment. As she exited the apartment shortly before noon, Clinton said, "I'm feeling great."
606 points by The Denver Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Kirsten Gillibrand Bill Clinton New York Donald Trump White House Chuck Schumer Democratic Party
Hillary Clinton Left 9/11 Event Early Due to Overheating, Says Campaign
Hillary Clinton had to exit the 9/11 anniversary ceremony early because the Democratic presidential candidate was “overheated,” her campaign said in a statement on Sunday. At the event at ground zero in lower Manhattan, Clinton attended “to pay her respects and greet some of the families of the fallen,” said spokesman Nick Merrill. However, she left the... Read more »
12 points by Variety | Democratic Party Kirsten Gillibrand Associated Press New York George W. Bush Hillary Rodham Clinton White House Chuck Schumer
‘Overheated’ Clinton leaves 9/11 event early
The Democratic presidential nominee retreated to her daughter’s nearby apartment and late said ‘I’m feeling great.’        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Hillary Rodham Clinton Kirsten Gillibrand White House New York Associated Press Bill Clinton Thrombosis Chuck Schumer
Clinton says she's feeling better after falling ill at 9/11 memorial
Hillary Clinton left a New York memorial service marking the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks early after feeling "overheated," according to a campaign spokesman. She emerged from her daughter's New York apartment later and said she feels better.
-1 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Democratic Party New York Kirsten Gillibrand Bill Clinton According to Jim Westchester County New York
Clinton: Half of Trump supporters fit in 'what I call the basket of deplorables'
"To just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the 'basket of deplorables,'" Hillary Clinton said at a New York fundraiser on Sept. 9. "The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it. And unfortunately, there are people like that, and he has lifted them up."
1 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Discrimination New York Kirsten Gillibrand
How the media covered Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump after 9/11
A look at how they appeared in the public eye at the time — not how they would like to be seen now.
1208 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton New York City Rudy Giuliani Bill Clinton Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party Barack Obama United States Senate election in New York 2006
Clinton Campaign Says She Left 9/11 Event Feeling Overheated
Hillary Clinton's campaign says the Democratic presidential nominee left a 9/11 anniversary ceremony in New York after feeling "overheated."
142 points by The New York Times | Kirsten Gillibrand Hillary Rodham Clinton New York Democratic Party Chuck Schumer President of the United States Bill Clinton September 11 attacks
Clinton on 9/11: The closest thing to 'hell' I've ever seen

3615 points by CNN | New York George W. Bush New York City World Trade Center Democratic Party Donald Trump September 11 attacks Kirsten Gillibrand