Bill Clinton

How did we get so vulgar?

Vanity Fair journalist David Friend argues we’re repeating the worst of the 1990s—public shaming, prurient voyeurism and exhibitionism

From Reagan to Trump: A timeline of presidents’ first 100 days

From cabinet approvals to major achievements to assassination attempts, how Trump compares to presidents 40 to 45 in their first 100 days

There’s only one President Clinton in Arkansas

In Arkansas, there is no love for its not-quite native daughter and likely next President Clinton

Why would any woman vote for Donald Trump? Here’s why.

Female voters determined the last president. This time, they have a choice between a woman—and a man who brags about sexual assault. Simple, right? Not so much.

Donald Trump: ‘I pledge to be a better man’

Surreal day in American politics ends with Donald Trump releasing a midnight video

Day 2 at the DNC: Exit Bernie. Enter Bill.

Bernie tries to quell his rebellion. Hillary finally makes history. And a former president makes his mark.

On the stump with the would-be first first gentleman

As his wife makes history, Bill Clinton makes closing pitch from a pickup truck

Bill and Hillary Clinton: An inconvenient marriage

As the former president hits the campaign trail for the would-be president, he brings heavy baggage and some unwelcome memories

The Interview: Author Peter Schweizer on the Clintons’ wealth

Author Peter Schweizer on how Bill and Hillary Clinton have enriched themselves by channelling their joint political acumen and influence

Monica Lewinsky just missed the cultural cutoff

Emma Teitel on why a presidential sex scandal today wouldn’t be so scandalous

Ford shatters Canadian stereotypes, Bill Clinton tells Jimmy Kimmel

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford provided fodder for Jimmy Kimmel Live—again—after saying he mistakenly voted against two council motions

Justin Bieber makes apology to Bill Clinton

In the hours after a video of a (likely) drunk Justin Bieber showed him peeing in a restaurant mop bucket and then hurling an expletive at former U.S. president Bill Clinton on the way out the door, the teen pop star had a little apologizing to do.

Bieber appears to have issued some sort of verbal apology to Clinton, according to reports.

Bieber then used his Twitter account to follow up Wednesday night.

@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy