Hillary Clinton

How politicians whitewash their past by criticizing the present

Opinion: Figures like Madeleine Albright and Hillary Clinton cannot be removed from the history of attacks on democracy

Why women should rule the world

Martin Amis on nuclear war, the difference between Brexit and Trump, and why all writers really do think about posterity

Hillary Clinton lost the U.S. election one year ago—and women kept losing

Opinion: Over the past 12 months, the fragility of women’s rights and safety has only gotten clearer

Julian Assange’s ghostwriter dishes on the Wikileaks founder

In his collection of stories essayist Andrew O’Hagan calls Assange ‘conspiratorial, untruthful, narcissistic . . . probably a little mad, sad and bad’ and excoriates the Republicans

When Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama came to Toronto

In the span of 24 hours, Clinton and Obama delivered speeches to paying crowds in Toronto. Here’s how the two events compared.

‘You’ve got to hand it to Trump,’ and other quotes from Hillary Clinton’s book

A selection of the best barbs, laments, zingers and warnings in ‘What Happened’

No, Hillary Clinton should not ‘Shut the F–k Up and Go Away’

Anne Kingston: Clinton’s new book shows she emphatically refuses to do so—and might be her most important political legacy.

Fake news? You ain’t seen nothing yet.

Scott Gilmore: Public confidence in media, business, government and other institutions is already at an all-time low. New technology is set to make truth even harder to discern.

What the Democrats’ new ‘Better Deal’ policy means

The Democratic Party’s new brand might feel like empty sloganeering—but it may also signal a big shift in thinking. Which one is it?

Donald Trump Jr.’s inner monologue on the morning of July 11

Scott Feschuk imagines the moment Trump Jr. decided to totally steal the New York Times’s thunder by releasing his own emails

It’s time to say goodbye to the Clintons

Hillary is back, and her daughter Chelsea is stepping up too. Why this Clinton political revival is incredibly unhealthy for America.

Why a fancy, feel-good women’s summit is what the world needed

Women of power, influence and—yes—privilege gathered recently in Manhattan. As Anne Kingston writes, their show of strength could not be more timely.