In a van.
And on Anne-Marie Slaughter: "I can't stand whining."
Harry Truman's famous saying didn't mean that the president is responsible for everything that happens.
There's always 2024.
She wants to avoid "some kind of political gotcha or blame game."
That conclusion was made by "others," officials say now.
And not just because she caught an episode of The Voice.
Spokesman Philippe Reines may or may not have contributed to the swear jar, too.
Clinton spokesman Phillippe Reines gets testy over CNN's Libya coverage.
He does have some ideas about the 47 percent, though.
Nobody send them any Breaking Bad DVDs.
Meanwhile, Libya's president suggests the attack was premeditated.
What a pleasant distraction from a frightening campaign.
The State Department denies it in a Seuss-esque poem.
An Obama-Clinton ticket would win, but there's no upside for Clinton.
A pretty decent one!
The writer Ayelet Waldman, who was there, has the real story.
Hillary has no tolerance for right-wing conspiracies.