Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., ended her presidential bid Saturday in Washington, D.C., surrounded by supporters, some of whom are devasted and angry that her campaign to become the nation's first woman presidential nominee is over.
And Clinton made gender a central theme of her concession speech.
"I ran as a daughter who benefited from opportunities that my mother never dreamed of. I ran as a mother who worries about her daughter's future," Clinton said. "To build that future we must...Full Story