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WASHINGTON, July 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Global AIDS Alliance executive director Dr.
NEW DELHI, India, July 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton chose the LEED Platinum rated ITC Green Centre to announce a vision for Indo-US collaboration on climate change.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, testifying in Congress on Wednesday, defended the right to abortion worldwide and gave ardent approval of the Obama administration's decision to finance family planning overseas.
In an effort to prevent further environmental damage to Antarctica, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday urged tighter controls on cruise ships and tourists in the fragile region.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is set to host the first-ever joint session of the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM) and the Arctic Council in Baltimore, Maryland on Monday.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will headline a fundraiser for future U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton aimed at reducing her electoral debt, organizers say. The Manhattan event scheduled for Jan.
New York-born actress and activist Fran Drescher wants to take over the U.S. Senate seat Hillary Clinton soon will be vacating, Drescher's publicist said.
The First 100 Days: Women Weigh in on the Issues They Want President-Elect Obama and the New Congress to Address; the Economy Trumps All Vast Majority of Women Say Gender Shouldn't Matter in Cabinet Selections; but Women Approve of Clinton for Secretary of State Next Vice President or the Next Top Model: Women Say Media Paid Too Much Attention to Palin and Clinton's Wardrobes and Not Enough to Their Policies Despite Observing Unequal and Unfair Treatment of Women Candidates, Women Say...
As Sen. Clinton Accepts Secretary Of State Position, It Is Worth Noting The Many Disagreements She And Obama Have On Critical Foreign Policy Issues WASHINGTON, Dec.
Officials in Duval County, Fla., said 736 write-in ballots were cast in the presidential election for Hillary Clinton, Steven Colbert and other non-candidates. Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland's office said Clinton, the Democratic senator from New York, was the top write-in presidential vote-getter, while former presidential contenders Rep.
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