For months, the suspense surrounding Hillary Rodham Clinton's plans to make a second attempt at the White House had little to do with whether, and everything to do with why: What would be her rationale for seeking the presidency? Yet with her
"Where did Hillary go?" the President asked, looking around. He was in the middle of a short speech about democracy in Burma, standing on the porch of Aung San Suu Kyi's house in Rangoon. "Where is she?".
Yes, Hillary Clinton is officially running for president. No, she didn't announce the news first on Twitter. The official confirmation arrived via email and on Clinton's campaign site — despite reports that the big (yet unsurprising)
Hillary Clinton thinks the second time's a charm, because she's in the race to become the second President Clinton. Hillary…
Hillary Clinton's aide John Podesta officially announced on Sunday that the former Secretary of State intends to seek the presidency of the United States for the second time.