Bill Clinton Bristles At Questions On Lewinsky, #MeTooFormer President Bill Clinton says the #MeToo movement is overdue. Just don't ask him about Monica Lewinsky.
Ceremony Marks Anniversary Of Little Rock School IntegrationA ceremony Monday marking the 60th anniversary of the integration of Little Rock Central High School included eight of the nine people who integrated the school.
2 GOP Lawmakers Ask Trump To Leave Colorado Monument IntactTwo Republican members of Congress from Colorado are asking the Trump administration not to change the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, one of more than two dozen monuments under review for possible modification.
Clinton Visits Bush In Houston, Gives Him SocksFormer President Bill Clinton has been spending some time with former President George H. W. Bush and wife Barbara in Houston.
Clinton At Inaugural To 'Honor Our Democracy'Hillary Clinton says she's attending Donald Trump's inauguration to "honor our democracy."
Trump On Approval Ratings: 'Rigged'President-elect Donald Trump's approval ratings are lower than any recent incoming president.
Prominent Surrogates Campaign For Trump, ClintonTwo prominent surrogates campaigned in Colorado on Friday for the presidential candidates.
With 4 Days Until Election, Carson, Bill Clinton Campaign In ColoradoFormer president Bill Clinton and former presidential candidate Ben Carson are each making three different campaign stops in Colorado on Friday.
Colorado Proving To Be Key In Presidential ElectionRepublican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence and Hillary Clinton's daughter Chelsea have been in Colorado rallying voters. Former President Bill Clinton is also campaigning in Colorado.
Bill & Chelsea Clinton, Mike Pence Headed To ColoradoWith a week to go before the final day of the election, the presidential campaigns are working hard to turn out the vote in Colorado.
Attorney General In Aspen, Answers Questions About Bill ClintonAttorney General Loretta Lynch was in Aspen on Friday where she addressed her meeting with former President Bill Clinton.
Super Bowl Champs To Reunite At White House On MondayIt might seem like a century since the Broncos last visited the president, but it was actually 1998 when they were fresh off their first Super Bowl victory over the Green Bay Packers.