Topics :: Hillary Rodham Clinton
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By Josh Lederman and Ken Thomas | Thursday Sep 26, 2013
One is a party luminary who draws intense political speculation wherever she goes. The other is the vice president of the United States, harboring his own higher ambitions.
By Ken Thomas | Sunday Apr 7, 2013
Recent public appearances before adoring crowds of supporters is adding to the speculation among the political chattering class that Hillary Clinton will seek the presidency in 2016.
By Matthew Lee | Monday Jan 10, 2011
In a bid to forestall a backlash from congressional conservatives, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has ordered the State Department to amend a bureaucratic change that would have eliminated the titles "mother" and "father" with the gender-neutral term "parent" in reports of overseas births.
By Christopher Bodeen | Friday Jan 22, 2010
China rejected Hillary Clinton’s call to lift restrictions on the Internet and denounced her criticism as false and damaging to bilateral ties.
By William Kapfer | Monday Dec 14, 2009
Tough economic times take a toll on worker’s work-life balance. For this reason, the most successful businesses are remaining sensitive to their employee’s competing demands of city life, friends, relationships, economy, holiday pressures and career when taking a work-life balance approach to leadership.
By Ben Judah | Thursday Oct 15, 2009
Russia’s leading gay activist said Wednesday that he was disappointed that Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton met with an outspoken foe of gay rights during her two-day trip to Russia and did not decry homophobia in the country.
By Ben Judah | Wednesday Oct 14, 2009
Russian gays called on U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to support their rights as she unveiled a statue of American poet and gay pride symbol Walt Whitman in Moscow on Wednesday.
By Hillary Rodham Clinton | Tuesday Jun 2, 2009
Forty years ago this month, the gay rights movement began with the Stonewall riots in New York City, as gays and lesbians demanded an end to the persecution they had long endured. Now, after decades of hard work, the fight has grown into a global movement to achieve a world in which all people live free from violence and fear, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
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