The numbers are not as bad as they look and the economy is still likely to work in Clinton's favor next year, Politico's Ben White says.» Read More
Tracy Sefl, advisor on Hillary Clinton's 2008 campaign and senior advisor of Ready for Hillary PAC, discusses Hilary Clinton's fight for "everyday Americans" and how she has grown as a candidate and leader.
Hillary Clinton has already taken an early lead in this key area.
Here's the big challenge for Hillary Clinton and Republicans in 2016, according to former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and ex-Obama chief of staff Bill Daley.
Jon Steinberg, The Daily Mail North America CEO, is surprised Hillary Clinton did not launch her presidential announcement video on Twitter.
Marco Rubio now has an opportunity to present himself as everything Hillary Clinton is not. Here's how, Politico's Ben White explains.
Marco Rubio says he is running for president, feels "uniquely qualified" to talk about future.
Hillary Clinton brings experience and party dominance to her White House bid, but there are hurdles ahead, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
Ann Lewis, former Hillary Clinton advisor, share their thoughts on Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House.
Former Rep. Eric Cantor, (R-Va.), and William Daely, former Obama chief of staff, discuss the key issues in the 2016 election, including reaching out to the middle class.
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Bill Daley, ex-Obama chief of staff, discuss the roll out of Hillary Clinton's campaign, and the GOP's political lineup.
Joe Watkins, Republican strategist, and Jimmy Williams, BlueNationReview.com, discuss Hillary Clinton's campaign and her most formidable opponents in the 2016 presidential election.
CNBC's John Harwood reports Hillary Clinton is making a second run for the White House.
The list of presidential bids for the U.S. 2016 elections is getting increasingly crowded. James Pethokoukis, economic policy analyst at the American Enterprise Institute, talks about Marco Rubio's potential bid and what it takes to be a winning candidate.
Hillary Clinton has announced her presidential bid for the 2016 U.S. elections. NBC's Tracie Potts files this report.
Republican presidential contenders will make Hillary Clinton's White House bid a "bitter and dirty fight," says Colin Chapman, president of Australian Institute of International Affairs.
For the road ahead, it will be a question of how well Hillary Clinton can appeal to a wider U.S electorate, says Bates Gill, professor at the University of Sydney.
Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies, says former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may benefit from an "enormous funding advantage" and less competition than in 2008.
Hillary Clinton formally launched her 2016 bid on Sunday, amid hopes to 'break the glass ceiling' as the first female leader of the free world.
Discussing Hillary Clinton's approach to the 2016 presidential election, with "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd.
As a non-incumbent, Hillary Clinton has one of the strongest chance to win the White House. That doesn't mean she will win. Here's why.