Washington, July 25 : Hillary Clinton recently threw a baby shower for her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, who is expecting her first child with husband Marc Mezvinsky.
According to New York Daily News, the celebration was held at upscale Crabtree Kittle House Inn, which is located near the Clinton's estate, and was joined by family and close friends, Us magazine reported.
New York, July 9 - Former U. S. First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday defended her family and the Bushes against claims that the United States has been indirectly encouraging a monarchical system of governance on the lines of what has existed in the United Kingdom.
When asked in an interview with Germany's Der Spiegel magazine, whether the U. S. is at risk of becoming a monarchy if she or former Florida Governor Jeb Bush wins the presidency in 2016, Clinton replied in the negative, and added that America has a history of political dynasties.
Washington, July 7 - Hillary Clinton confessed that if there were to be a film based on her, she would undoubtedly want the Oscar winning star Meryl Streep to portray her.
According to the Guardian, the former US Secretary of State, said that she found a lot of likeness with 'The Iron Lady' actress, as they are roughly the same age and they both have a bit of similar family background with two brothers and big-hearted mothers who encouraged them to do something valuable in life.
In fact, they both went on to graduate school at Yale and they both went to public schools, she further added.
Washington, June 28 : Hillary Clinton was so keen on becoming a grandmother that she shared tips on how to conceive with her daughter Chelsea, according to a new tell-all book.
Edward Klein has claimed in ' Blood Feud: The Clintons vs the Obamas' that the former First Lady had been urging her daughter to get pregnant and advised her to get away from all the stress she was under to make it happen, Radar Online reported.
Washington, June 18 - Hillary Clinton's book has roughly sold about 100,000 copies since its release, according to reports.
Officials with Clinton's publisher, Simon and Schuster, insist her book has fared well amid reports of weak sales, and that it's succeeded despite a dramatically altered retail landscape since her last memoir.
The book sold roughly 100,000 copies from Tuesday when it was released through the following Saturday, according to a Simon and Schuster source.
The source added that the book, titled 'Hard Choices,' is debuting at No. 1 on the Indie Bestseller List, which reflects sales at independent bookstores, Politico reported.
Washington: Hillary Rodham Clinton says her family was "dead broke" after her husband Bill's presidency.
In an interview with ABC News airing on Monday, the former secretary of state and possible presidential contender in 2016 said the couple emerged from the White House saddled with legal fees and debt.
Clinton said they struggled to finance "mortgages, for houses" and daughter Chelsea's education.
Financial disclosures showed that the family in 2001 owed millions of dollars in legal bills stemming from Bill Clinton's time in the White House.
Washington, June 6 - Hillary Clinton has revealed how she deals with jet lags.
The former Secretary of State said that when she had to stay awake during meetings or conference calls, she drank copious cups of coffee and tea, and sometimes dug the fingernails of one hand into the palm of the other, CBS News reported.
She said that it was the only way she knew how to cope with the crazy schedule and the fierce jet lag.
Washington, June 5 - Russian president Vladimir Putin recently took a dig at Hillary Clinton saying that its better not argue with women.
The president dismissed Clinton's recent remarks comparing Russia's involvement in Crimea to pre-World War II Germany and said that she has never been too graceful with such comments, Politico reported.
He said that he and the former secretary of state has always had cordial conversations at various international events and he thinks that even in this case they could reach an agreement.
Washington, June 5 - Hillary Clinton confessed that she's moved on from the affair between the former White House intern, Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton, during his tenure as the US President.
During an interview with People Magazine, the 66-year-old former secretary of state was questioned if she felt sorry for referring to Lewinsky, 40, as a "narcissistic loony toon", but Clinton refused to comment saying that "everybody should look to the future".
The former US President 's wife also talked about her 2016 presidential candidature, saying that becoming the first female president would be like an "unfinished business" for the country, but the decision would be hers.
Washington, May 30 - US President Barack Obama and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton had an "informal" and private lunch together at the White House, media reported.
The meeting was not on the president's official agenda Thursday, but the White House confirmed the lunch after a journalist with People magazine reported Clinton's presence via Twitter.
Clinton still has not announced whether she aspires to the Democratic Party's presidential nomination for the 2016 election, but she has begun fundraising to help her if she does decide to mount a campaign and her name is being discussed by political analysts nationwide.
Washington, May 30 - American Sikhs have hired a political consultant, who served as a strategist for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, for the first-ever exploration of creating positive perception about Sikhs among Americans.
Geoffrey Garin, who also served as the pollster and strategic advisor to Priorities USA, the super PAC supporting President Barack Obama’s re-election in 2012, will take an in-depth survey of feelings and misperceptions towards Sikhs for the newly formed National Sikh Campaign (NSC).
Washington, April 10 : A 6-year-old boy recently left Hillary Clinton speechless after he asked her about her plans for running for 2016 Presidential election.
The unidentified elementary school kid asked the former first lady whether she preferred to be called Madam President or Mrs. President in 2016, the Washington Post reported.
Clinton smiled, but did not answer the question, she did, however, add that the question was really good.
Before walking off the stage, Clinton paused, looked at the audience and shrugged exaggeratingly. (ANI)
Washington, April 10 : Hillary Clinton's publisher has announced that her memoir, wherein she has chronicled her time at the State Department, is due out on June 10.
The description on the book's official site, hillaryclinton memoir .com, which is owned and operated by publishers Simon and Schuster, states that Clinton shares candid reflections about key moments during her time as secretary of state in the book, the Politico reported.
The former first lady will also convey her thoughts about how to navigate the challenges of the 21st century in the book, the site claims.
Washington, Apr 9 : Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has praised Russian punk band Pussy Riot as 'strong and brave young women'.
Clinton added that the group was so strong that it refuses to let their voices be silenced.
The praises for the group came as Clinton posted a picture on her Twitter account posing with Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina of the group, the New York Post reports.
Clinton and the band met while attending the Women in the World Summit in New York on Friday.
Washington, Apr 9 : Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said she's thinking about a run for the White House .
The comments from Clinton came while speaking on a range of issues, ranging from immigration reform, income disparity and Vladimir Putin's misdeeds to her plans to run for president in 2016, during a keynote session at the Marketo Marketing Nation Summit 2014 in San Francisco, California, U. S., on Tuesday.
According to the Huffington Post, Clinton, who retired last year as secretary of state, has earlier said she will make her decision on a 2016 presidential run later this year.
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