The email controversy did not come up.
By contrast, 34 percent of Republicans are following the email story.
Many notable Washington figures appeared on the NBC show before it ended its run last month.
Former Speaker warns of threat of radical Islam and foreign money coming into U.S.
“Hillary likes hashtags. But she doesn’t know what leadership means," she says at CPAC.
The potential 2016 GOP hopeful wants to work with the Democratic front-runner.
Presidential hopefuls are swooping in to help before the midterm elections.
"You know, I have some different thoughts about it," the Arizona Democrat said.
Retiring senator is working hard for protégé Braley to stop seat from falling into GOP hands.
The candidate Republicans are most worried about can also draw out the GOP base and donors.
"[T]his country is ready for anyone who can do that job," the first lady said Monday.
Clinton’s PR offensive for her new book is doubling as a look at a possible campaign.
"I'd like to hear her explanation," Senate Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said on MSNBC.
He said the next president “needs to be good with people, not just technology.”
The reality TV host tells CPAC the likelihood he'll run for president is at 75 to 80 percent.
The conservative radio host suggested Bush could run on the same ticket as Hillary Clinton.
RNC crowed that La. voters had “rejected the Democrat agenda and the Obama-Clinton policies."
“I expect we will start to focus on her," the super-PAC's president said of 2016.
During a 2010 speech she praised him as someone she could work with on foreign policy.
Liberal investor says he believes the former secretary of State will run and win in 2016.
A Republican lawmaker says he wants a newly formed committee that is investigating the 2012...
She praised Thad Cochran's courting of black voters to win the Senate GOP runoff last week.
The Hill's A.B. Stoddard takes your questions on Iraq and Hillary Clinton's book launch.
A Clinton candidacy that quickly sweeps away the opposition represents the Democrats' best hope for...