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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - chelsea clinton
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.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mayor Bill de Blasio joined forces Tuesday for a cause dear to both, initiating a public service campaign encouraging Hispanic families to read, sing and talk more to their young children so they're better prepared for school.
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."
Long before his startup green-car business ran into a series of scandals, Terry McAuliffe was trustee of a world-famous charity that in two straight years burned through $317 million in donations and grants and ended up with a $43 million deficit.
There was considerable hubbub over The New York Times' decision this week to investigate the finances of the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation; the news organization accused the feel-good, globally minded organization of mismanagement, among many things. Analysts swooned. Oh, the shock. Surely the account will mar Hillary Rodham Clinton's potential presidential campaign, they agreed.
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.
Many have complained that the Grand Old Party has gotten "squishy" on policy and in demeanor, lacking the backbone of a more robust era. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus appears ready to challenge that perception, and likely will provide some show-stopping political theater in the near future.
Chelsea Clinton said she is considering political office, and toward that end, is purposely living a public life. She says working with the Clinton Foundation is her best move.
Chelsea Clinton thinks she's found the solution to the waning interest of American girls in math and the sciences.
Chelsea Clinton already has broadcast experience as an NBC News correspondent. But could she play her own mother, cast in the role of a young Hillary Rodham Clinton in the upcoming independent film "Rodham"? The prospect has been raised by nimble Paddy Power — Europe's largest online betting house. It's already offering odds on which Hollywood starlet would be cast in the film, which chronicles the life of a 20-something Mrs. Clinton decades before she became first lady, senator, presidential hopeful or secretary of state.
Chelsea Clinton has taken on the co-chairmanship of New York University's new multifaith organization, the Of Many Institute.
Clinton said at an event Monday in Kansas City that hall of fame will help young girls close the gap between what they aspire to and what's possible.
"Now others have followed his (Collins') courageous example, and I hope later on this year, we'll be cheering for the first openly gay player in the NFL," Clinton said, referring to Missouri All-American Michael Sam, who came out this month.