12am ET/9pm PT
As the clock ticks down to Election Day 2016, we will look back on the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton, a life distinguished by historic firsts, a deep commitment to public service, and an ongoing fight for the rights for children, women, and the nation's most vulnerable. As a former United States Senator, Secretary of State and First Lady, Hillary is arguably the most qualified candidate for president in recent memory. Yet, despite her widely publicized life over the past four decades, we expect there's still much that people don't know, or don't understand, about the person now poised to make history as the first woman to be nominated by a major political party. We will talk to those who knew Hillary growing up in the suburbs of the Midwest--and know about her mother's powerful influence during her formative years, as well as those who knew Hillary in college and law school—where she met a Rhodes Scholar named Bill. We'll explore her time in Arkansas, in the White House and since, as Hillary moved to the Senate and the State Department--all part of the path to presidential nominee.