Monica Lewinsky's affair with Bill Clinton became international news in 1998. Now it's been given the Ryan Murphy treatment.
Monica Lewinsky says she's "nervous about being misunderstood again" as "Impeachment: American Crime Story" puts Bill Clinton affair back in the spotlight.
"When Clinton shined his light on you, there was no better feeling in the world," says Beanie Feldstein, who plays Monica Lewinsky in the upcoming show.
The actress and model shared a series of pictures of herself with the late Steve Bing, whom she hailed as a "sweet, kind man".
This is the fourth time in history that a U.S. president has faced impeachment, but President Trump is the first president to also be running for reelection. So even if Trump is impeached and removed from office, could he still be reelected in 2020? Yahoo News explains.
What happens when a presidential impeachment inquiry runs into a presidential election year? The United States in uncharted territory.
On this week's episode of "Skullduggery TV," Daniel Klaidman and Michael Isikoff speak with Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., about the possibility of impeachment in the Trump era.
The device was discovered early on Wednesday morning at the Clintons' home in Chappaqua, New York.
Monica Lewinsky walked off at the beginning of an interview in Israel after being asked a question about Bill Clinton.
On Monday, a 1998 memo written by Brett Kavanaugh was released in full by the National Archives, and it reveals sexually explicit questions proposed for President Bill Clinton about his relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Kavanaugh is President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee and worked for Ken Starr, the independent counsel who investigated a series of scandals during Clinton’s presidency.
The former US President suggested that some Brexit voters may only just be realising the impact of the loss of access to the EU Customs.
Before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's first visit to the White House since President Trump has been in office, Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga takes a look at the heated debate surrounding whether to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. On the campaign trail, President Trump promised to do this, but he has since backed away from the plan. As Golodryga explains, he is not the first president to do so.
Hillary Clinton has made her first public comments since losing November’s election to Donald Trump. Speaking in a video message to the audience at the 2017 Makers Conference, the former secretary of state said that the future of America was female.
On Dec. 20, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump attacked former President Bill Clinton on Twitter. Trump's inauguration website also went live, but lost a potential performer: Opera star Andrea Bocelli, who reportedly backed out of singing at the inauguration. Yahoo's Summer Delaney gives you the latest in the Trump transition in 60 seconds or less.
In a new editorial for a small New York newspaper, former President Bill Clinton was quoted saying that while Donald Trump “doesn’t know much," he does know “how to get angry, white men to vote for him.” Clinton also said FBI Director James Comey cost his wife the election.
<p>Being in charge of a country is no easy task - but one day it all comes to a crashing end.</p><p>Whether by election or resignation, every world leader eventually has to find something else to do with their time.</p><p>With the news that David Cameron has found himself another job after leaving 10 Downing Street, here’s what some of the most famous leaders in the world did after leaving office…</p>
Amid rumors of potentially more tapes showing him making inappropriate comments in the past, Donald Trump issued a threat to rival Hillary Clinton, saying Monday that if he keeps getting attacked, he’ll keep talking about the women who have accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault and harassment. In his first public rally since Sunday night’s debate and last Friday’s disclosure of a 2005 videotape showing him making shockingly lewd comments about women, the Republican presidential nominee defended his “inappropriate words” but insisted that Bill Clinton has treated women far worse. “I was getting beaten up for 72 hours, on all of the networks, for inappropriate words 12 years ago, locker room talk, whatever you want to call it,” Trump said.
Hours after the Washington Post released a video showing Donald Trump making lewd comments about women in 2005, the Republican nominee made a video statement in which he apologized, but called the issue a distraction.
Washington Post national political correspondent James Hohmann joined Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga to talk about the vice presidential debate and the news that former Vice President Al Gore will hit the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton. Hohmann said the goal is to increase enthusiasm among millennials.
Campaigning for his wife in Michigan on Monday, former President Bill Clinton called Obamacare “the craziest thing in the world.” Speaking in Flint, Clinton said, “All of a sudden, 25 million more people have health care, and then the people who are out there busting it, sometimes 60 hours a week, wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half.”
On Oct. 3, 2016, New York Times op-ed columnist Maureen Dowd spoke with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric about how Hillary Clinton dealt with Bill Clinton’s infidelities.
In an interview with Yahoo's Global News Anchor Katie Couric, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd said that "feminism died a little" under President Clinton. The response came after a question on why feminists did not balk more when revelations of President Clinton's affairs became public.
On Aug. 23, 2016, Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, spoke to Yahoo News Guest Host Stephanie Sy about its release of emails between then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's aides and aides at the Clinton Foundation. Fitton also addressed the newly uncovered Clinton emails found in the FBI investigation and the upcoming written questions the group will ask Clinton under oath about her private email server.
In a message to supporters, House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. warned of the consequences of losing the Republican majority in Congress. He wrote: “We could be handing President Hillary Clinton a blank check.” Some have noted "blank check" was the same language used in 1996 by Republicans when it became apparent former Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.) would lose the presidential election to President Bill Clinton. Yahoo Finance Anchor Alexis Christoforous discussed the latest with Yahoo News Deputy Editor Dan Klaidman and Yahoo Chief Washington Correspondent Olivier Knox.