Before her tenures as a New York senator and secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton served as first lady — and refused to play merely a supporting role. Here's how her stint as an unconventional first lady led to a political career that could lead her back to the White House.
In 2001, Hillary Clinton began the next chapter of her political career after being elected Senator of New York. Here's a look at how some of her legislative collaborations and voting decisions shaped her storied career in the Senate and ultimately led to two presidential runs.
A look back at Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state - from toppling Gaddafi in Libya to advocating for women and girls across the globe. See how Clinton's stint in the State Department may influence her role as commander-in-chief if she is elected president in 2016.