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Bill Clinton

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  • RedBlueAmerica: Are top American journalists revealing their bias?

    George Stephanopoulos ABC's chief anchor, chief political correspondent and a "Good Morning America" host last week admitted he had donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation since 2011. The admission raised questions about his ability to cover the...
  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Marco Rubio's policy disconnects

    Amid rising Republican interest in his presidential candidacy, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida laid out detailed positions on foreign policy during a well-received appearance before the Council on Foreign Relations. The session, including questions from...
  • Mayor, 50 aldermen to be sworn in Monday

    Mayor, 50 aldermen to be sworn in Monday
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago's 50 aldermen and other elected city officials will take the oath of office at a Monday morning inauguration ceremony at the Chicago Theatre. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m., with Emanuel kicking off his second term...
  • Taliaferro sworn in as new 29th Ward alderman

    Taliaferro sworn in as new 29th Ward alderman
    As Chris Taliaferro's name was called out to be sworn in as alderman Monday, a loud "woof" rang out from the audience. The high-pitched growl of acknowledgment came from Taliaferro's older brother, Marvin, 51, from Atlanta, who was in attendance at...
  • Correction: Obama-After White House story

    In a story May 16 about President Barack Obama's plans after he leaves the White House, The Associated Press reported erroneously that George H.W. Bush's presidential library is in Houston. The library is in College Station, Texas. A corrected version of...
  • "Argo" subject now battling Parkinson's

    As a career CIA officer, Antonio "Tony" Mendez was a master of disguise. A trained artist, he created counterfeit documents and transformed the looks of clandestine operatives around the world. But after decades of covert missions — most notably,...
  • Waco has long history of memorable events

    Waco boasts some of the Lone Star State's most memorable recent history: the siege of the Branch Davidian compound, a tornado that leveled downtown and now a biker gang melee that left at least nine people dead and 18 wounded. The city of 129,000 people,...
  • Barbra Streisand memoir scheduled for 2017

    Barbra Streisand is set to publish her long-discussed and long-awaited memoir. The legendary singer-actress-filmmaker has a deal with Viking for her life story, the publisher announced Wednesday. The book is currently untitled and scheduled for 2017....
  • Emanuel wants focus on youth for 2nd term as Chicago mayor

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel focused on the need to help disadvantaged and troubled youth Monday, during an inaugural speech for his second term that touched only briefly on the major fiscal woes facing the nation's third-largest city. Coming off a hard-...
  • Bill Clinton in town today for mayor's inauguration

    Bill Clinton in town today for mayor's inauguration
    Former President Bill Clinton will attend Mayor Rahm Emanuel's second inauguration ceremony Monday. The inauguration will take place at the Chicago Theatre, where the city's 50 aldermen also will take their oath of office. Emanuel and Clinton have a...
  • Late-night legend David Letterman led way for others

    David Letterman is an American legend because of his remarkable contradictions. He didn't get what he wanted — hosting "The Tonight Show" and succeeding Johnny Carson — but he gained a record 33-year run in late night. He didn't earn the...