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Bill Clinton

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  • White House recipes: artichoke & leek soup, grilled mushrooms, chocolate torte

    When Lancaster resident John Moeller spent 13 years as a White House chef, his prime responsibility was preparing family meals for presidents George H. W. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton and George W. Bush. He also planned many special lunches and...
  • Heat pay little attention to Pacers' struggles

    Heat pay little attention to Pacers' struggles
    Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has always preferred to keep the focus on his team. What other teams are doing is irrelevant and that includes the Indiana Pacers, who are in the middle of a late-season slump. The Pacers have lost seven of 10 as they prepare...
  • At Naval Academy, Clinton calls on leaders to balance technology, privacy

    At Naval Academy, Clinton calls on leaders to balance technology, privacy
    Former President Bill Clinton told Naval Academy midshipmen Tuesday that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden was an "imperfect messenger," but posed important questions about security, technology and freedom in America. Clinton said Snowden'...
  • Let soldiers carry guns on bases

    Let soldiers carry guns on bases
    What stops a mass public shooting is a person with a gun. Frequently it isn't even necessary to fire the gun. But the length of time between when an attack starts and when someone is able to arrive on the scene with a gun is crucial in determining how...
  • Bill Clinton endorses Anthony Brown

    Bill Clinton endorses Anthony Brown
    Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown reaped the fruits of loyalty Tuesday as he received the endorsement of former President Bill Clinton in Brown's campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor. Brown's campaign released a statement in which he announced...
  • Derechos civiles: celebran 50 años de la ley

    Derechos civiles: celebran 50 años de la ley
    AUSTIN, Texas — El presidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, y los exmandatarios Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton y George W. Bush rendirán homenaje esta semana en Austin (Texas) al medio siglo de historia de la ley de derechos civiles de la nación....
  • LBJ's Civil Rights Act saved America

    LBJ's Civil Rights Act saved America
    Fifty years later, it's hard to imagine the enactment of the Civil Rights Act by today's polarized Congress. Maybe, as the old saying goes, today's fighting is so vicious because the stakes are so small. We Americans appear to fight less among ourselves...
  • Without Tiger Woods, pro golf might as well be pro tennis

     Without Tiger Woods, pro golf might as well be pro tennis
    Running off at the typewriter. … I've heard some of my golf purist buddies say this week that the Masters is still the Masters even without Tiger Woods, which is about as ludicrous as saying Thanksgiving is still Thanksgiving even without the...
  • Barbara Walters: Probing Questions and a Tall Tale of the Tree

    Any discussion of Barbara Walters' trademark primetime interview specials inevitably winds back to the famous question: "If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?" Except that she never delivered that query in quite in that way, even though...
  • San Diego Opera hires Mark Fabiani to handle crisis publicity

    San Diego Opera hires Mark Fabiani to handle crisis publicity
    San Diego Opera has enlisted the spin expertise of Mark Fabiani -- the  former deputy mayor of Los Angeles and former special counsel to President Bill Clinton -- to handle the company's public relations as it faces mounting criticism over its decision to...
  • SeaWorld loses appeal in killer-whale case

    SeaWorld loses appeal in killer-whale case
    SeaWorld's attempt to allow trainers back in the water with killer whales suffered a setback Friday when a federal appeals court ruled against the marine-park company. By a 2-1 vote, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., upheld a citation...