For incoming college freshmen this fall, former President Bill Clinton is an elder statesman and exposed bra straps have always been a fashion statement, not a wardrobe malfunction, according to the Beloit College Mindset List for the Class of 2016.
Mark Katz explains how he used humor to address problems during President Bill Clinton's time in office.
Egyptian protesters threw tomatoes and shoes at U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's motorcade Sunday and shouted, "Monica, Monica, Monica" as she left the newly reopened U.S. Consulate in Alexandria.
If case you had any doubts, don't -- Bill Clinton's fully on board President Barack Obama's re-election effort.
With Clarence Clemons, President Clinton performs the classic, "Night Train," on the saxophone at his inaugural ball.
Being president pays; $400,000 a year, in fact.
CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on the intersection of money and the highest office in the land.
Every football fan knows the feeling of watching his or her favorite team implode as a result of mistakes. Even when the odds of victory are good, turnovers and penalties can kill any hope within minutes.
Sometimes it feels like President Clinton never left the public spotlight. Although there were moments during the 2008 campaign when it seemed he was as much of a target within his own party as were the Republicans, these days Clinton is everywhere and Democrats want him by their side. Members of President Obama's campaign team say Clinton will offer them his services next year.
When you consider the array of public men who have been forced, in one way or another, to come clean on their bad behavior, the list is not insubstantial: a president (Bill Clinton), presidential candidates (John Edwards, Gary Hart), governors (Mark Sanford, Eliot Spitzer), senators (John Ensign, David Vitter). And that's just the top tier.
Move over Congress. Move over President Obama. Bill Clinton is back -- and he has a lot of economy-fixing ideas.
When I became one of Bill Clinton's earliest and chief accusers for the sexual harassment charges against him, two things were eminently true about my motives: (a) I did not become an accuser because Bill Clinton was a Democrat and I was a Republican, I didn't care one whit what the partisan fallout would be; and (b) I spoke out because the charges were plentiful enough and serious enough (I repeat, charges, not facts) to degrade not only all of our politics but all of our country, and because there are certain codes of honor, written and unwritten, for all men, Democrat and Republican. Indeed I wrote a book on this, laying it out, even before we knew the full extent of Bill Clinton's lies.
Former President Bill Clinton has a plan to put the country back on track, and he has written a book about it.
Former President Bill Clinton could teach the Republican Party a thing or two about effective campaign strategy.
Former President Bill Clinton talks about his journey to healthy eating.
"I like the vegetables, the fruits, the beans, the stuff I eat now," he says
Former President Bill Clinton reacts to the back and forth between the GOP and President Obama over the economy.
Bill Clinton had a word of warning on Wednesday for fellow Democrats: Don't get too cocky about voters' rejection of Paul Ryan's Medicare plan.
Former President Bill Clinton told an agriculture convention Thursday that U.S. farmers have a chance to export their know-how to help other countries feed their people and that the timing for such aid is good because of "these political upheavals in the Middle East."
Former presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush will team up to serve as honorary chairmen of a new center created at the University of Arizona to advance the national conversation taking place about civility in political debate, university officials will announce Monday.
In 1992 Bill Clinton ran on a platform of "ending welfare as we know it." His political worldview, drawn from like-minded thinkers at the Democratic Leadership Council, was based in private sector growth and personal responsibility. He was determined to wrench Democrats away from a liberal-left that had parked the party's presidential prospects in a ditch for more than a decade.
Ten years ago, days before Christmas, President Bill Clinton changed my life forever. I was in federal prison, serving the seventh year of a 24-year sentence for a first-time nonviolent crack cocaine offense.
HLN's Joy Behar talks with S.E. Cupp and Dana Milbank about Rep. John Boehner's propensity for crying.
In a cute movie called "Bedazzled," Brendan Fraser plays a heartsick young man trying to woo the girl of his dreams, and Elizabeth Hurley plays a fetching variation of Satan who offers to help him for the usual going rate of one soul.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton plans to visit Haiti on Wednesday to discuss the recent cholera outbreak and efforts to rebuild after a punishing earthquake, the Clinton Foundation said.
Former President Bill Clinton took to the White House podium Friday and delivered a ringing endorsement of the tax compromise struck earlier this week by President Obama and Republican lawmakers.
The former president is auctioning off a dinner hosted by him to raise money for the Clinton Foundation
With newly-empowered Republicans poised to bring gridlock to Congress, a powerhouse liberal think tank has some advice for President Obama: "Go around."
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail, there's always something that gets a laugh. Here are some of the things you might have missed:
It's only a cameo, but the former president shot his scene in Bangkok
Republican Senate-elect Pat Toomey wins the Pennsylvania race to unseat Democrat Representative Joe Sestak.
Watching President Obama react to what he called his "shellacking" in the midterm elections had me remembering then-President Bill Clinton back on November 9, 1994 -- the day after he and his fellow Democrats lost control of the House and the Senate.
CNN compares President Clinton's 1994 midterm election results with President Obama's.
A former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says in a new book that while Bill Clinton was in the White House, a key component of the president's nuclear launch protocol went missing.
Talk about burying the hatchet. When former President Bill Clinton turned out to rally for California Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jerry Brown on Friday night, the former rivals hugged and made up. Really, they embraced.
In a high school gymnasium packed with more than 1,000 supporters, former President Bill Clinton gave a rousing speech touting the achievements of embattled Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and criticizing his Republican challenger in an attempt to energize Democratic supporters.
Editor's note: There are 29 days to go before voters cast ballots in the hotly contested midterm elections. In this special feature, CNN's political contributors share their quick thoughts on what's making news.
Suggesting that Russian immigrants in Israel pose an obstacle to a peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians, former U.S. President Bill Clinton stepped into the mire of Middle Eastern politics this week, prompting a wave of criticism from Israeli politicians.
Hours before being honored for his peacemaking efforts, Tony Blair revealed a secret weapon: Bill Clinton.
Listen to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talk about the Mideast peace talks during Bill Clinton's presidency, and you get the impression she feels the chance to secure a two-state solution eluded her as much as it did her husband.
It's been a long time since U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek and former President Clinton met at the Suwanee Swifty store in Tallahassee, Florida.
Former President Bill Clinton hits the campaign trail Monday with three rallies for Rep. Kendrick Meek as the latter makes a bid for Florida's Democratic Senate nomination.
With the promise of coming AIDS vaccines, former President Bill Clinton urged the world's nations Monday not to give up on funding to prevent a calamity.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton talks about the state of international funding for AIDS prevention and care.
House Democrats face tough times in Maryland as Republicans try and regain majority. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
Former President Bill Clinton, the man once described as the "comeback kid" during his 1992 presidential bid, has now become something of a go-to guy for Democratic candidates facing a tough election battle.
Facing a bruising midterm election in less than four months, President Barack Obama's aides are putting together an aggressive schedule to deploy former President Bill Clinton at campaign and fundraising events in key states around the country, according to Democratic officials familiar with the plans.
More old documents unveiled are offering more fresh signs that Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was an eager, tough-talking political player while working as a lawyer in the Clinton White House.
The White House acknowledges it offered Joe Sestak a job if he stayed out of the PA senate race. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel used former President Bill Clinton as an intermediary last year as part of a failed administration effort to dissuade Pennsylvania Rep. Joe Sestak from running for the U.S. Senate, according to a publicly released memorandum from the White House legal counsel's office.
One of two American journalists freed last year from a North Korean prison said Wednesday that their release was thanks to an expression of condolences made by former President Bill Clinton, to North Korea's reclusive leader Kim Jong Il.
Former President Bill Clinton exhorted 650 of the country's youngest entrepreneurs to look beyond their own business ambitions and use their positions to benefit the less fortunate worldwide.
With the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing this week, former President Bill Clinton has been back in the news with timely reminders of the costs of extreme anti-government rhetoric and his perspective on the partisan wars in Washington.
Bill Clinton and CNN's Wolf Blitzer discuss why politicians on both sides of the aisle can be the target of threats.
Bill Clinton sits down with CNN's Wolf Blitzer to talk about the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing.
Former President Clinton said he sees parallels in the mood of the country now and on April 19, 1995, when the bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City killed 168 people while he was in the White House.
Extending U.S. trade preferences for Haiti could create as many as 100,000 jobs that would boost the earthquake-ravaged country's recovery, former President Bill Clinton said during a visit to the Haitian capital Monday.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton talks to CNN about Haiti's recovery, as well as health care reform.
Aside from a moral obligation, improving the health of people in other nations is smart foreign policy, former President Clinton said Wednesday.
President Bill Clinton was hospitalized in New York after reports of chest pains.
The former president uses his recent heart trouble to draw attention to childhood obesity
On the same day he was released from a hospital after undergoing a heart procedure, former President Clinton told reporters he has no plans to slow down.
Former president Bill Clinton discusses his recent procedure that placed two stents into one of his coronary arteries.
CNN's Matt Sloane explains the heart procedure that former President Clinton may be undergoing.
Stents, small metal scaffolding devices placed inside blood vessels around the heart, are used to treat conditions that result when arteries become narrow or blocked.
Former President Bill Clinton's heart troubles come as he was embarking on a busy schedule, recently working on relief efforts for earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
Former President Bill Clinton left the hospital Friday morning after doctors performed a procedure to restore blood flow in one of his coronary arteries, longtime friend Terry McAuliffe told CNN.
Though Bill Clinton has received lots of attention for getting healthy since his 2004 heart surgery -- losing weight, exercising more, improving his diet -- associates of the former president Thursday stressed that Clinton continues to live at a breakneck pace and raised questions about the extent of his lifestyle changes.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton -- charged with overseeing the United Nations aid mission -- made his second trip since the January 12 earthquake to Haiti, where he expressed confidence in the Haitian government's ability to help the country recover.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon handed President Clinton additional responsibility Wednesday for earthquake-ravaged Haiti, charging him with overseeing aid efforts as well as reconstruction.
Speaking to world business leaders, U.N. Special Envoy to Haiti Bill Clinton details the current aid needed in Haiti.
Former President Bill Clinton will travel to Haiti on Monday to meet with officials and deliver aid supplies to the quake-ravaged country, his foundation announced Sunday.
John King interviews former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton about Haiti relief efforts.
A CNN panel discusses what effect, if any, Bill Clinton's speech to Democrats had on the health care vote in Congress.
Congress will miss President Obama's deadline to enact health care reform by the end of the year, a key Democratic senator said Tuesday.
CNN has learned from two senior Democratic sources that former President Bill Clinton will attend the Senate Democrats' weekly luncheon Tuesday to address the caucus about health care.
Talks with Iran on its nuclear program might be more urgent after the Islamic republic's revelations of a second nuclear facility but trust will be an impediment, former President Bill Clinton said Friday.
Bill Clinton's tribute to his wife ends with a rare display of public affection. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports.
Larry King talks with President Clinton about a variety of topics including the accusations of racism in Washington.
While some criticism targeting President Obama is racially motivated, the fight over health care isn't, former President Clinton told CNN.
One of the great puzzles this summer has been why President Obama seemed to have underestimated the intensity of the counter-mobilization he would face in proposing health care reform.
President Obama was caught off guard by the frustration that liberals expressed at the suggestion he might drop the public option from health care reform.
Insurance insider Wendell Potter blows the whistle, accusing industry of "dirty tricks."
Democrats are getting nervous about the way that events have been unfolding this summer.
Hillary Clinton defends her husband's trip to North Korea. Watch the full interview on CNN, Sunday at 1 and 5 P.M. EST.
Much has been made of the involvement of former President Bill Clinton in the freeing of two Current TV journalists held in North Korea and facing 12 years of hard labor.
It was a heartwarming sight: Laura Ling and Euna Lee landing on U.S. soil and being reunited with their families.
Laura Ling on Wednesday expressed the shock she and Euna Lee felt when former President Clinton showed up in Pyongyang, North Korea, to help secure the two journalists' release.
Laura Ling and Euna Lee embrace family and friends as they return to the United States.
It took a U.S. former president with global celebrity status to free two American journalists from a North Korea prison.
President Clinton did more than free two unjustly jailed journalists. He jump-started the successful diplomacy he had begun 15 years earlier.
Two U.S. journalists who had been detained by North Korea were traveling back to the United States with former President Clinton hours after being pardoned, a Clinton spokesman said.
Former President Clinton's trip to North Korea was the culmination of weeks of quiet diplomacy with Pyongyang and subtle public statements aimed at freeing American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee.
Nearly a decade has passed since Bill Clinton left the White House, but despite becoming a private citizen, the former president never left the public eye.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton landed in North Korea early Tuesday on a mission to negotiate the release of two American journalists imprisoned there since March, according to the country's state news agency and a CNN source.
Former President Bill Clinton urged people to accept themselves and others in a world system that is "unstable, unequal and unsustainable."
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Tuesday urged urban leaders and policymakers they need to take the lead now in fighting climate change.
Former President Bill Clinton urged renewable energy Wednesday to push ahead with efforts to make clean technologies cost effective and outlined steps the government and the private sector can take to usher in a new green era.
U.S. political, business and environmental leaders urged the nation Monday to act quickly to build a unified, national electricity grid, both to diminish the impact of global warming and to boost the economy.
CNN's Larry King talked with former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday night at the William Jefferson Clinton Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.