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Topic - Bill
Hillary Clinton may have written in her autobiography that she felt “dumbfounded” and broke-hearted at her husband Bill’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky – but privately, she had harsher words for the 22-year-old who tore at her marriage.
Microsoft named Satya Nadella as Microsoft's CEO on Tuesday, replacing Steve Ballmer immediately. Ballmer had announced in August that he was planning to step down within a year. Here's the memo Nadella sent to employees Tuesday:
An unidentified man driving an unmarked truck dropped a package containing a severed goat's head at Chicago's Wrigley Field on Wednesday, triggering fears that a curse placed on the ball club in 1945 is very much alive and well.
Cal Ripken Jr.'s 74-year-old mother was found with her hands bound in the back seat of her car Wednesday after she said she was kidnapped at gunpoint a day earlier at her home outside Baltimore and driven around blindfolded by her abductor, police and neighbors said.
Shawn Ku's haunting, emotionally taut new film, "Beautiful Boy," hinges on a few remarkable performances, and though it fails to deliver on the promise of its premise, it is a credible depiction of a couple's search for a way forward through extraordinary grief.
Frankly, I did not think of Chris Matthews as an episodic apologist until I watched his MSNBC documentary, "President of the World: The Bill Clinton Phenomenon," this week. The episodic apologists were a familiar fixture of the Clinton administration, much as the court historians were a fixture of the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Whereas the court historians could always be relied upon to spin history FDR's heroic way, the episodic apologists always end up slobbering all over the Clintons - albeit with a twist.
Dan Mortland once was able to fit what he knew about the wine business into a small glass of Syrah. Now, he can tell you about soil composition, area rainfall, oak barrels, crushing machines, tasting rooms and government regulations.
He had written for Sen. Barry Goldwater the book "The Conscience of a Conservative," which introduced Goldwater's philosophical ideas to a broad American public.
For instance: Mrs. Clinton sat emotionless by her husband's side during the now-famous press conference in which he stated, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman."