As First Lady, Senator, and Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton has been the subject of many a New Yorker story. With the 2016 election officially underway, learn more about Clinton’s life and politics.
  1. David Remnick, “Today’s Woman”: Hillary and women’s rights (March 23, 2015).
  2. John Cassidy, “A Real Democratic Challenger for Hillary Clinton?”: on Martin O’Malley (March 4, 2015).
  3. Amy Davidson, “What the Clinton Foundation Is Costing Hillary”: on her fund-raising activities (February 26, 2015).
  4. Ryan Lizza, “The Inevitability Trap”: on the drawbacks of being a front-runner (November 17, 2014).
  5. Ken Auletta, “The Hillary Show”: on her unique relationship with the media (June 2, 2014).
  6. Amy Davidson, “Can Hillary Clinton Close Her Benghazi Chapter?”(March 30, 2014).
  7. Ryan Lizza, “The Iron Lady”: a report from the campaign trail (March 17, 2008).
  8. George Packer, “The Choice”: inside the Clinton-Obama battle (January 28, 2008).
  9. Ryan Lizza, “Minority Reports”: Hillary and the politics of race (January 21, 2008).
  10. Ryan Lizza, “The Legacy Problem”: the opportunities and burdens of Clintonism (September 17, 2007).
  11. David Remnick, “The Wanderer”: Bill Clinton’s quest to elect his wife (September 18, 2006).
  12. Elizabeth Kolbert, “The Student”: how she mastered the Senate (October 13, 2003).
  13. Henry Louis Gates, “Hating Hillary”: on how Americans felt about the First Lady (February 26, 1996).
  14. Connie Bruck, “Hillary the Pol”: on her shifting political roles (May 30, 1994).