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Katy Perry receives UNICEF humanitarian award from Hillary Clinton

Katy Perry receives UNICEF humanitarian award from Hillary Clinton

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 1 : Hillary Clinton recently made a surprise appearance at UNICEF's 'Snowflake Ball' in New York to honor one of her biggest celebrity supporters, Katy Perry with a humanitarian award.

The 32-year-old songstress was given away the program's ' Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award', which acknowledges charitable efforts on behalf of UNICEF, reports the Rolling Stone.

The Democratic nominee spoke of the singer, "On a personal level, I cannot tell you how delighted I am to be here to help celebrate . a global megastar, a social media queen with the most Twitter followers in the world."

Post U.S. Elections: Vacancy for new leaders in Democratic Party

Post U.S. Elections: Vacancy for new leaders in Democratic Party

Washington DC [USA], Nov. 16 : They are a basket of 'dejectables', if I may coin a word. Completely devastated that they lost an election that was theirs to win, but Hillary Clinton did deliver a dud. Granted that she did poll more votes, but in the end she lost the Dems, an election. And in the end, that is what matters, a win or a loss.

House Democrats today announced that they would delay their leadership elections to November 30; which makes longtime Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi's position tenacious. Not a good time to be a woman, at least a woman politician in America.

FBI letters were double whammy to Presidential campaign: Hillary Clinton

FBI letters were double whammy to Presidential campaign: Hillary Clinton

Washington D.C., [U.S.], Nov. 13 : Speaking out on her stunning loss to Donald Trump in the race to the White House, Hillary Clinton asserted that FBI Director James Comey had delivered a double whammy to her candidacy in the final days of the campaign by taking another look at emails related to Clinton's private server before abruptly saying he found no wrongdoing.

A member of her national finance committee who was on the call told CNN that Clinton placed at least some of the blame on Comey for her stunning defeat to Donald Trump.

She said the first letter from Comey, sent to Congress on October 28, stopped the momentum she had built after three debates and the release of Trump's "Access Hollywood" tape.

FBI clears Hillary Clinton again following review of new emails

New York [United States], Nov.7 : The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey informed lawmakers that the agency has not changed its opinion that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges after a review of new emails.

"Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July," the CNN quoted Comey as saying in the new letter written by him to congressional committee chairmen.

Last month, a bombshell was dropped by Comey on the presidential race as he had sent a letter to Congress saying that the FBI had discovered emails in a separate investigation that could be connected to the now closed probe of whether the classified information was mishandled by Clinton.

Beyonce joins Jay Z at Cleveland campaign concert for Hillary Clinton

Beyonce joins Jay Z at Cleveland campaign concert for Hillary Clinton

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 5 : Queen Bey recently surprised the crowd in Cleveland during a campaign concert held few days before the US presidential elections.

The 'Get-Out-the-Vote' campaign concert in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton saw the Grammy-winner took to the stage shortly after her husband Jay Z performed a medley of his own hits over the years for the jam-packed crowd, reports E! Online.

The 35-year-old songstress opened her mini-concert with 'Formation' wearing blue pantsuits.

Cool under fire Clinton calls on FBI to release 'complete facts' of email review

Washington D.C., Oct. 29 : With trouble resurfacing for Hillary Clinton as her email controversy roared back to the forefront of the presidential campaign, the Democrat Presidential nominee took the developments under her stride and called on the FBI to release all the facts pertaining to the case immediately.

Yesterday, FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers the bureau is reviewing new emails related to her personal server, CNN reports.

This latest development, which has come 11 days before the election and nearly four months after Comey said he wouldn't recommend criminal charges because of Clinton's use of the server, is bound to needle her campaign yet again.

However, Clinton has strongly called on the FBI to release the "full and complete facts" about its review.

Clinton leads by five points as presidential campaign heads into final two weeks

Washington D.C., Oct. 25 : With the Presidential campaign heading into its final two weeks, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 5 points with the Democratic nominee's support just shy of the 50% mark, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.

Keeping all three presidential debates in mind, both candidates appear to have consolidated some support among their core supporters as Clinton has expanded her edge among younger voters and non-whites, while Trump has boosted his support among the whites without college degrees who make up the majority of his supporters, CNN reports.

Clinton now stands at 53% among voters under age 45, compared with 47% in the previous CNN/ORC poll.

Trump vows to jail Hillary Clinton over emails if he wins presidential election

London [UK], Oct. 10 : Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, has said that if he was elected as the president of the United States, he would instruct the attorney general to "investigate" Hillary Clinton and to put her behind bars for using her personal and unsecured email server during her tenure as secretary of state.

Speaking at the second presidential debate in St Louis in front of millions of viewers, Trump told the Democrat that she should be "ashamed of herself" for deleting 33,000 emails, reports the Independent.

Trump said he would appoint a special prosecutor to look into the matter because she had endangered national security while she served as President Barack Obama's chief diplomat from 2009-2013.

Hillary Clinton Rolls out 10-Year Plan to Seek Alzheimer’s Cure

Hillary Clinton

If Hillary Clinton’s plans are believed, we will have an effective cure to treat Alzheimer’s disease by 2025. Clinton, who is a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 presidential election, rolls out a 10-year plan to battle Alzheimer’s disease and seek a cure.

The former United States Secretary of State also proposed new measures to support family caregivers. Experts believe that Clinton’s slate of proposals will allow the US to make an effective cure that could help millions of Alzheimer’s patients and their families in the country.

Hillary Clinton wants to make curing Alzheimer’s major issue for ones at disproportionate risk of developing it

Hillary Clinton wants to make curing Alzheimer’s major issue for ones

In the US, deaths from Alzheimer’s have been exploding, and keeping in mind the same, Hillary Clinton is looking forward to make curing the disease a key issue for the women and minority voters facing a disproportionate risk of suffering from it.

On Tuesday, during her last campaign speech ahead of the Christmas holiday, Clinton has planned to call for a dramatic rise in federal spending to determine a cure for the sole death cause ranked in America’s top 10 that can’t be cured, prevented or slowed down, the campaign told USA TODAY.

As per a campaign official, who was not authorized to speak publicly before the announcement, the Democratic front-runner is going to recommend spending $2 billion every year as a move to cure the degenerative brain disease by 2025.

Clinton requests US Regulators to combat Pharmaceutical Industry’s anticompetitive practices

Clinton requests US Regulators to combat Pharmaceutical Industry

Noticing the egregious actions of Turing Pharmaceuticals, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has asked the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission to find out how they can market generic drugs more swiftly and end anticompetitive practices being adopted in pharmaceutical industry.

Turing Pharmaceuticals has increased the price of Daraprim meant for the treatment of a dangerous parasitic infection. The 62-year-old treatment’s price has been raised from $13.50 to $750 a tablet. This step of the company has attracted criticism from Clinton last month.

Hillary Clinton calls for $250 monthly cap on prescription drug costs

Hillary Clinton calls for $250 monthly cap on prescription drug costs

On Tuesday, US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton proposed a $250 monthly cap on out-of-pocket prescription drug costs and other measures for stopping what she called ‘price gouging’ by pharmaceutical companies.

In Iowa, at a campaign stop, Clinton rolled out an idea to push the development and generic drugs use, and to stop pharmaceutical companies' ability to write off consumer-directed advertising as a business expense.

As a part of Clinton's plan, the monthly cap would put restrictions on what insurance companies could ask patients to pay for drugs used in the treatment of chronic or serious medical conditions.

Hillary Clinton campaign raises $45 million

Hillary Clinton campaign raises $45 million

Women have become a major part of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. There have been over 60% of the donors who supported Clinton. According to reports, an announcement regarding $45 million that has been raised by the campaign was also made. A report about the campaign's haul was released.

Over 250,000 people came in support of Clinton. According to the campaign, there were 61% women. As per the Center for Responsive Politics, it is particularly important for the reason that generally men are major part of the majority of campaign donors i.e. over 70%.

Hilary Clinton issues Skeptical Statement on President Obama’s Trade Agenda

Hilary Clinton issues Skeptical Statement on President Obama’s Trade Agenda

Democrat leader Hillary Clinton on Sunday issued a disagreeing statement about US President Barack Obama’s trade agenda.

Hillary told a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa that the US president must listen to and work with his allies in Congress, starting with Nancy Pelosi, a minority leader of US who prevented the president from obtaining trade promotional authority last week.

But Wednesday night, Bill Clinton muddied his wife’s message and deflated the hopes of some on the left by touting the benefits of trade deals in an appearance on ‘The Daily Show’.

The former president said, “On balance, the countries that we have trade agreements with, we tend to have a balance of trade, much more than, let’s say with China”.

Hillary Clinton to be honored at Wildlife Conservation Society’s annual gala

Hillary Clinton to be honored at Wildlife Conservation Society’s annual gala

Hillary Rodham Clinton will be an honored guest at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s annual gala in New York. This year’s event titled ‘Turning Tides’ will take place at the Central Park Zoo. The Clinton Family Foundation has given a donation of $25,000 to the organization.

The group works to protect endangered animals from ivory poaching and other threats. They also carry out wildlife projects. The contribution was made in 2013, shows foundation record.

50 Cent is supporting Hillary Clinton

50 Cent supports Hillary Clinton

50 Cent is a big admirer of HRC and is supporting the former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Daily Beast said. The report also said 50 Cent liked Hillary in 2007, but supported Barack Obama after his influential speech on race relations.

He told The Daily Beast, he like some of the things, Hillary says. He said, "I also think Hillary was the president already once. You know what I'm sayin'?

Some of the things she says feel really comfortable, and roll off. When people are really close with each other, they use each other as soundboards because they're the other person's best friend".

On Sunday, Snoop Dogg also announced on Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live' that he will vote Clinton.

State Department could release Clinton’s emails Next Year

State Department could release Clinton’s emails Next Year

The United States Department of State (DoS), also known as the State Department, announced that it will need some time to publically release a number of emails of former United States Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, from her time in charge. According to the department, it will be ready possibly next year to release about tens of thousands the Clinton’s emails.

Hillary & Bill Clinton earned more than $30M since January last year: report

Hillary and Bill Clinton Earned Over $30 Million since January 2014: Report

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary collectively earned more than $30 million since January 2014, a financial disclosure form revealed. A Clinton campaign aide also confirmed that much of the couple's money came from their paid speeches.

A financial disclosure form provided to CNN, revealed that Hillary and Bill Clinton in total have made more than $30 million since January 2014.

The figures have been confirmed by a Clinton campaign aide. It was told that much couple's money came from paid speeches that were politically taxing for Hillary Clinton as she toured the country before running for President.

According to the form, the Clintons have given a total of 104 paid speeches since January 2014, netting the couple $25.3 million.

Hillary Clinton speaks on immigration at event at Rancho High School

Hillary Clinton speaks on immigration at event at Rancho High School

During Hillary Clinton's first 2016 campaign stop at Rancho High School Nevada on May 5, she said that she strongly in favor of comprehensive immigration reform, including a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants living in the US.

She said he US needs to fix its broken immigration system and slammed Republicans for giving illegal immigrants 'second-class status'. She singled out her potential Republican rivals, and mentioned that that not a single Republican is supporting a pathway to citizenship.

She also pledged that she would extend President Barack Obama's executive orders past their current boundaries if she becomes the president.

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