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On her way out of the public sector last Thursday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ran through a spate of last-minute initiatives, including the Alliance for an Affordable Internet , which seeks to expand Internet access in developing
27 editor Hillary Clinton has said that the world is a safer place, in her farewell address to State department staff on her last day as America's top diplomat. We remember hearing a similar message when George Bush left White House.
Remember all that talk about civility in political discourse after the shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords?...Every time, you see how great her presence has really been, what a successful Secretary of State she's been, by the fact that
Washington Post diplomatic correspondent Anne Gearan has repeatedly blown kisses to Hillary Clinton in the past few months with her gauzy coverage of the departing secretary of state's handling of Benghazi. Martin Bashir program with Democratic
Catch her in Carnegie Hill. (ABC/Donna Svennevik) When we saw that Nightline co-host Cynthia McFadden had sold her three-bedroom co-op at 129 East 69th Street last week, we wondered where she would be moving. Like the 11:35 p.m. time slot on ABC, a
Senator John Kerry received enough Senate votes on Tuesday to be confirmed as President Barack Obama's new secretary of state, succeeding Hillary Clinton. The five-term senator and 2004 unsuccessful presidential candidate had broad support from
Clinton: - We live in dangerous times Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the attack on the embassy in Turkey Friday when she said goodbye to their employees. We live in complex and dangerous times, as we saw today on
Much has been made of this photograph that shows the President and Vice President and the national security team monitoring in real time the mission against Osama bin Laden...Clinton Hillary'ious' Clinton at work Image: Chelsea Clinton listens as her
Hillary Clinton leaves the post of secretary of state Friday with a high approval rating, a strengthened resume and a loose-knit network of donors and grass-roots supporters eager to make her the first woman president if she decides to re-enter
Jay Leno made a very interesting observation Wednesday night regarding the confirmation of John Kerry as Secretary of State. Commenting during his Tonight Show monologue, the host said, "John Kerry is the first white male to hold that job since 1997."