(Reuters) - Hillary Clinton will take another stab at cracking what she calls "the highest and hardest glass ceiling" on Sunday when she starts a long-awaited second run for the White House as the prohibitive Democratic front runner.
Clinton's campaign for the November
2016 election will emphasize her plans to address economic inequality
and will tout the historic nature of her bid to become the first woman
U.S. president, aides say.
after decades in the public eye as the wife of former President Bill
Clinton, a U.S. senator and secretary of state, she could face a
challenge in showing a more down-to-earth side while connecting with
will also have to quell a controversy over her work use of a private
email account while secretary of state, which Republicans have said is a
sign of her penchant for secrecy. Clinton has said she used the single
email account for convenience and should have used government email, but
violated no rules. (Continues)