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A recently released Vanity Fair Hillary Clinton video suggests that the failed Democratic candidate “take up knitting” rather than run for office again
American actress Susan Sarandon received a wave of online criticism after she publicly thanked black voters for helping elect Doug Jones this week
Social media ads used by Russia to influence the 2016 election were made public Wednesday, revealing a Buff Bernie ad aimed at LGBT voters
Richard Grenell, a former Fox News commentator, had some explaining to do during his confirmation hearing to become U.S. ambassador to Germany.
On last night’s episode of ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,’ Hillary Clinton stopped by to discuss her book ‘What Happened’
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Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance on Friday at the funeral of Edie Windsor, the civil rights activist who died earlier this week at the age of 88
Martin Shkreli, who is awaiting sentencing for a fraud conviction, was jailed Wednesday after asking his followers to grab a hair from Hillary Clinton.
In the newest season of ‘American Horror Story’ Trump and Hillary both are featured in the opening credit sequence — or at least creepy masks of them are
Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump responded to violence in Charlottesville, Virginia before a “Unite the Right” rally was scheduled to take place.
A staged reading of “The Secret Lunches of Chelsea and Ivanka” is coming to Joe’s Pub at The Public Theatre in New York City on Monday, July 24.
Hillary Clinton has been many things in her life: a practicing lawyer, a law professor, an activist, the First Lady of Arkansas, the First Lady of the United States, a senator from New York, and Secretary of State for the U.S. And now, most people in the world also know her as the candidate who lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Hillary Clinton has been an advocate for children, families, and social justice for over 40 years. In 1995 she famously said “human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights” to the UN conference on women in Beijing.
This fight for social justice also extends to gay rights. In the U.S. Senate, Clinton fought for legislation to address hate crimes and protect LGBT Americans in the workplace, and she advocated to end restrictions that blocked LGBT Americans from adopting children.
As secretary of state, Clinton advanced LGBT rights abroad and implemented stronger anti-discrimination regulations within the State Department. She led the effort to pass the first U.N. Resolution on LGBT Human Rights, started the Global Equality Fund, ended State Department regulations that denied same-sex couples and their families equal rights, helped create LGBT-friendly workplace policies, and more.
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