A live town hall at 1 p.m. ET, conducted by BuzzFeed’s Foreign Editor Miriam Elder. Kerry will answer questions about the crisis in Ukraine, and America’s role in the world, from Elder and from students at the event.
Secretary Kerry told reporters that the president is “looking forward” to meeting the pope at the Vatican.
The Secretary of State wore the traditional Balinese “endek” at dinner Monday at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum in Bali. Kerry is leading the U.S. delegation at APEC after President Obama cancelled his trip following the shutdown of the government Monday.
The former secretary of state vowed Friday to continue her campaign for women’s rights “in all the days and years ahead.”
The small Hudson Valley town that learned to love living with the former First Family doesn’t want Hillary going anywhere but the White House. “The town is on board,” says Greenberg.
“The whole range of soft issues were regarded as kind of second class pursuits” before Clinton. Will the change last?
“It’s the anchorman from Channel 8.”
The Internet honors the departing U.S. Secretary of State in its own special way.
An infographic guide to Hillary Clinton’s travels as Secretary of State.
A blood clot between her brain and skull, doctors say.
The next Secretary of State is surprisingly candid in his Twitter feed. Some shameless Mitt Romney takedowns.
The group that helped sink his 2004 campaign grumbles, quietly. “I was hoping that Ms. Rice would get the nomination,” says a Swiftboater.
The U.S. Secretary of State is recovering at home after fainting from dehydration.
The film was solicited and funded privately by Haim Saban without Secretary Clinton’s knowledge. Director Richard Kaufman says it had nothing to do with 2016.
The potential secretary of state nominee aims to win hearts and minds on Capitol Hill. Rice and McCain will sit down Tuesday, joined by Ayotte and Graham.
37 years ago, Bill and Hillary (a.k.a. Billary) tied the knot. Warning: Some light smooching and touching ahead.
The United States Ambassador to the United Nations sat down with BuzzFeed Shift to talk about everything from the progress of women around the world to hijabs at the Olympics to the crisis in Syria. Russia and China will protect President Assad “at the expense of the blood of the people of Syria,” she says.
Or she’s having a stroke. Wink!
Diplomacy in action! Is this the Indonesian equivalent of public access TV? 10 points to anyone who can figure out what’s playing on that display screen.
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It’s pretty much a done deal: Barring some juicy scandal, Hillary Clinton will be nominated as Secretary of State after Thanksgiving, according to aides from the Obama camp. The Wall Street Journal reports that “the Obama transition team has resolved the financial disclosure issues surrounding the work of her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and the president-elect feels comfortable moving ahead with the nomination.” Does this mean that we’re now officially out of interesting political things to talk about until the inauguration?
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The former Democratic frontrunner has accepted Obama’s offer and will be the next Secretary of State, according to the Guardian. Clinton, however, will be prohibited from entering the Oval Office without supervision, as rumor has it that she’s already hatched a plan to handcuff herself to the Prez’s desk.
According to Democratic officials, Barack Obama has offered Hillary Clinton the position of Secretary of State. Pundits have been discussing the possiblity for a while now, but it’s no surprise she was ultimately offered some consolation prize for piping down and getting in line after her bumpy loss in the primaries.
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Rumor has it Hilary’s recent trip to Chicago wasn’t just for personal reasons - a Democratic official has confirmed that she met with President-elect Obama to chat about her possibly accepting the Secretary of State position. Obviously, girlz rule when it comes to being Secretary of State (especially if we end up having three women occupy the role since 1997).
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