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Bill Clinton

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  • Obama's behavior is shameful

    When more than a million people marched in the streets of Paris to demonstrate against the killing of members of the Charlie Hebdo magazine staff by barbaric, Muslim extremists, the demonstration was led by more than 40 world leaders who marched arm-in-...
  • Bill Clinton, Biden to speak at Irvine conference

    Vice President Joe Biden and former President Bill Clinton top the list of speakers scheduled for the Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit on Friday and Saturday at Hotel Irvine. Clinton will deliver the keynote address on Friday and Biden will...
  • Ex-Interior head slams Utah land-control push, says it threatens industry behind popular show

    Former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt on Thursday slammed Utah's push to seize control of federal lands as a radical measure that threatens the outdoor recreation industry, which brings a lucrative gear show to the state twice a year. Babbitt's...
  • Wendell Ford, longtime Kentucky senator, dies at 90

    Kentucky political legend and purveyor of Southern wit Wendell H. Ford has died. Ford, 90, had been undergoing treatment for lung cancer. A Democrat, Ford served in the Senate for 24 years before retiring at the end of his fourth term in 1999. Prior...
  • Wendell Ford, ex-Kentucky governor, U.S. senator, dies at 90

    Former U.S. Sen. and Kentucky Gov. Wendell Ford, an unapologetic smoker whose unfiltered chats and speeches endeared him to voters in a state that once thrived on tobacco and coal, has died at age 90. Ford's health had declined in the last two weeks,...
  • NCC play about art to be performed at Allentown Art Museum

    It seems fitting that "Red," a play about art and an artist, should be performed at Allentown Art Museum. John Logan's Tony Award-winning play about painter Mark Rothko will be presented by the Northampton Community College Theater Department Thursday,...
  • Obama shuns South Carolina for, well, just about everywhere else

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama was so close to the South Carolina state line in 2012 that had his Secret Service agents been smart, they would have hopped over the border from Charlotte, N.C., and into Fort Mill, S.C., to buy the cheaper gas for the...
  • The state of his union, or: The dream palace of B. Obama

    The state of the Union may vary from time to time -- good, bad, fair to middlin', even perilous -- but on this, his sixth State of the Union address, the chief executive's view of it remains remarkably the same as it was on his first: detached. Mainly...
  • Day honoring King's legacy comes amid calls for renewed activism

    ATLANTA Drawing from the film "Selma," ongoing protests over police-involved shootings and global acts of terror, faith and academic leaders Monday prescribed the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to help heal a still-fractured world. Speaking at...
  • Obama allies vow to fight his State of the Union plea on trade

    WASHINGTON Some of President Barack Obama's staunchest allies are vowing to fight legislation he requested to expand his power to negotiate trade agreements. Rep. Rosa DeLauro said she supports Obama's initiatives aimed at strengthening the middle class,...
  • Martin Schram: Even a lame duck can sometimes fly with one wing

    President Obama, intent upon disproving notions that he's just a lame duck, strode confidently before Congress Tuesday night and demonstrated his determination to fly using just his left wing. For one hour and one minute, he actually seemed to be flying....