The latest news on Clinton, Bill
With Super Tuesday approaching, the Clintons draw criticism over increasingly dirty campaign.
Bill Clinton's increasingly angry and touchy campaigning on behalf of his wife is prompting more former associates and aides to privately question his tactics.
Congressional leaders say they are close to reaching a deal with the White House regarding an emergency stimulus package designed to help stabilize the economy. On Wednesday, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was reportedly able to secure the administration's agreement on a provision to provide rebates of at least $300 to most paycheck-earning workers.
While candidates' moral failings are big news, many voters forgive them their sins.
Where Bush appeared impatient, "Clinton steps in and empathizes, empathizes, empathizes."
Hillary Clinton's spousal surrogate is now her honorary hatchet man.
In 2005 Bill Clinton won a Grammy for a reading of My Life, his autobiography.
Two ex-presidents remind us that keeping it in the family may not be such a great idea.
Their polls look terrific, but their relatives and allies may raise a few eyebrows.
If it seems like we're writing a lot about Bill Clinton's golf game, well, the chatty putter just won't stop talking about it.