Attorney General Won’t Overrule Findings In Clinton Email CaseAttorney General Loretta Lynch said she will accept the recommendations of career prosecutors in the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server, a Justice Department source confirmed to CBS News.
Bill Clinton And Loretta Lynch Met Privately At Phoenix AirportFormer President Bill Clinton spoke with Attorney General Loretta Lynch during an impromptu meeting in Phoenix.
Chelsea Clinton Gives Birth To Second Child, Son AidanPresidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is now a grandmother twice over.
Fmr. President Bill Clinton's Brother Accused Of DUIFamily of former President Bill Clinton is in trouble with the law.
Hillary Clinton And The 2-For-1 PresidencyThe idea of a 2 for 1 Clinton presidency may be back.
One-On-One With Political Commentator James CarvilleCBS4’s Rick Folbaum spoke with James Carville this week, who was in town as part of the Broward College Speaker Series.
Bill Clinton In Town, Hillary Headed To Miami For Super TuesdayDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is church-hopping across Memphis, Tennessee after her big victory in South Carolina.
Activist Heckles "Which Hillary" At Clinton FundraiserHillary Clinton was interrupted by an activist Thursday while giving a speech at a fundraiser in South Carolina.
Bill Clinton To Make Miami Gardens Appearance Ahead Of Early VotingFormer President Bill Clinton is scheduled to speak at an event in Miami Gardens next week.
Hillary Clinton Cancels Palm Beach Pit Stop, Bill To Speak InsteadPresidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has abruptly canceled a Palm Beach appearance but husband and former President Bill Clinton will attend in her absence.
A Little Trim, A Little Politics In A New Hampshire BarbershopDana Langley is the owner of the Derry Barbershop and has been cutting hair in a cozy New Hampshire town for more than twenty years. He knows the unique view folks in his state have during the presidential race.
Over A Million Low Income Earners Face Food Stamp Cutoff This YearDue to stricter work requirements that began kicking in this year, more than one million Americans in 21 states are facing the loss of government food stamps, including about 300,000 Floridians.