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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - chelsea clinton
It's America's version of the royal baby watch, but Chelsea Clinton's announcement last week that she's pregnant ended up taking a back seat to her mother's political ambitions.
It's America's version of the royal baby watch, but Chelsea Clinton's announcement last week that she's pregnant ended up taking a back seat to her mother's political ambitions. Within hours of the revelation, pundits, columnists and reporters pontificated on what being a grandmother will mean for Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign, should she decide to run for president in 2016.
First-time movie producer and mom-to-be Chelsea Clinton has premiered a short film at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Chelsea Clinton announces she's pregnant with first child.
Chelsea Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child later this year.
Chelsea Clinton says she's happy right now with her elected representatives - but might come for their jobs if that changes.
Chelsea Clinton has opened the doors to a career in political service, saying she's not able any longer to completely rule out a run for some sort of public office.
Bill Clinton is wading into a hotly contested U.S. House primary in Philadelphia and its suburbs to raise money for Marjorie Margolies, the mother-in-law of Chelsea Clinton who is running for a seat two decades after she lost it.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton helped the University of Missouri-Kansas City launch a new women's hall of fame.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton said Sunday that the gay-rights cause made "incredible progress" on political and legal fronts in 2013, but progress should not be mistaken for success.
Chelsea Clinton is speaking this month at an event celebrating a new hall of fame that will recognize women from the Kansas City metropolitan area.
New York Fashion Week ended its fourth day Sunday with a celebration of Diane von Furstenberg's wrap dress, an appearance by Victoria Beckham's family, and Chelsea Clinton popping up at the show for Edun, the Africa-focused line founded by rocker Bono and his wife.
Chelsea Clinton says her parents have not just pressured her to have a baby — they've begged, pleaded and entreated.
Chelsea Clinton, 33, said she and her husband Marc Mezvinsky are planning an addition to their household and have informally dubbed 2014 the "Year of the Baby."
John Adams and his son, John Quincy, were the second and sixth presidents. George H.W. Bush and son George W. were 41 and 43.
Last week, she said welcoming a grandchild reaffirms the need to address pressing challenges in America today and leave future generations better off.
"It makes this work even more important because we've made a lot of progress Even in the course of my life, I've seen a lot of progress. But I want to see us keep moving, and certainly for future generations as well, so that maybe our grandchild will not have to be worried about some of the things that young women and young men worry about today," Mrs. Clinton said at a Clinton Foundation event in New York.