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Chelsea Clinton will take part in a Global Youth Services Day at the Clinton Presidential Center on Friday. In this file photo, Clinton, with her father, former President Bill Clinton, and her mother, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, talks about an exhibit about her grandmothers during a preview Sunday at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock.

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1996| President Bill Clinton, daughter Chelsea, and wife, Hilliary wave to supporters before leaving Little Rock.

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2011| Former President Bill Clinton seated with his wife, Sec. of State Hilary Clinton, and their daughter, Chelsea Clinton, at the Clinton Park Bridge dedication ceremony.

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1996 | President Bill Clinton hugs daughter Chelsea and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton as they watch fireworks during an election night rally in Little Rock.

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Bill and Hillary Clinton help dedicate airport renaming

May 3, 2013

Bill and Hillary Clinton returned to Little Rock Friday for the formal dedication ...

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Pelosi 'prays' Hillary Clinton will run for president

May 2, 2013

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said during a lecture in Little Rock that ...

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Chelsea Clinton joins service project at Rice Depot

April 26, 2013

City Year volunteers and area high school students were joined by Chelsea Clinton ...

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Chelsea Clinton answers teens' questions at event

April 26, 2013

Chelsea Clinton led a discussion on service with teens from local high schools ...

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Clintons to attend airport renaming, renovation dedication

April 9, 2013

Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton will attend a May 3 ceremony marking the ...

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Clinton announces Kiva Little Rock

March 15, 2013

President Bill Clinton was in Little Rock on Friday afternoon to help announce ...

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Clinton to State Department: 'Make our country proud'

February 1, 2013

Hillary Clinton formally resigned Friday as America's 67th secretary of state, capping a ...

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Clinton: 'We Don't Ban Offensive Speech'

September 29, 2012

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is hosting talks Friday with other Western nations ...

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Obama, Clinton Honor Return of Libya Victims

September 15, 2012

Leading the grieving, President Barack Obama on Friday honored the four Americans killed ...

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Clinton Argues for Obama Re-election

September 6, 2012

President Barack Obama inherited a wreck of an economy, "put a floor under ...

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Clinton in Kenya to Talk Security

August 4, 2012

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Kenya on Saturday morning as she ...

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Clinton National Airport unveils upgrades

July 24, 2012

Officials with the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport introduced some of the ...

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Clintons return to LR to open new exhibit

June 10, 2012

Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton returned to Little Rock to open a new ...

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Clinton slams Romney

June 5, 2012

Former President Bill Clinton says it's essential for the nation to re-elect President ...

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Clinton speaks to El Dorado Promise recipients

April 17, 2012

President Bill Clinton told more than 300 recipients of the El Dorado Promise ...

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Clinton speaks at Arkansas Arts Summit

April 17, 2012

Former President Bill Clinton was on-hand on Tuesday morning to give remarks at ...

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Clinton's State Department calendar missing scores of entries

WASHINGTON — Television cameras rolled when Hillary Clinton appeared on the central balcony of the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell — just minutes after she attended a private breakfast in September 2009 with influential Wall Street and business leaders.

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Clinton failed to turn over key '10 email

Message on private-server problems not in batch handed in over lawsuit

WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed to turn over a copy of an email message regarding problems caused by her use of a private email server, the State Department confirmed Thursday.

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Emails reveal woes from Clinton home server

State Department staff members wrestled for weeks in December 2010 over a technical problem with then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server, causing them to temporarily disable security features, according to emails released Wednesday.

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Emails: Key security features disabled on Clinton's server

WASHINGTON — State Department staffers wrestled for weeks in December 2010 over a serious technical problem with then-Secretary Hillary Clinton's home email server, causing them to temporarily disable security features that left the server more vulnerable to hackers, according to emails released Wednesday.

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Ignorance noted of Clinton email

Testimony on agency grasp

A State Department official answering questions in a civil lawsuit probing Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server said no officials responsible for handling public-records requests knew of her private email account while she was secretary, but was instructed by government lawyers not to answer whether the department's top legal office knew, according to a transcript released Thursday.

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Bill Clinton headlining Arkansas Democratic Party fundraiser

LITTLE ROCK — Former President Bill Clinton is headlining a Democratic Party fundraiser named for Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson in his home state before the event sheds the names of the two slave-owning presidents.

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Bill Clinton's brother Roger accused of DUI

REDONDO BEACH, Calif. — Roger Clinton, younger half-brother of former President Bill Clinton, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in Southern California, authorities said.

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In 1996, Clinton admits to nerd side

Revels in policy, she tells close pal

FAYETTEVILLE -- Hillary Clinton once said she'd be happy as a policy wonk.

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Former staff member who set up Clinton's email server to take 5th again

WASHINGTON — The ex-staff member who set up former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's home email server intends to refuse to testify, again, in a coming deposition.

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Emails report faults Clinton

It also cites ‘systemic weaknesses’ that preceded her

The State Department's inspector general criticized Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, saying she had not sought permission to use it and would not have received it if she had.

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Bill Clinton calls grads of Little Rock school to service

At a graduation ceremony Sunday for the Clinton School of Public Service, former President Bill Clinton said the students and their predecessors "have more than exceeded my wildest dreams."

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Bill Clinton to deliver commencement speech in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK — Former President Bill Clinton will deliver the commencement address for the 41 students graduating from his namesake school in Little Rock.

Faulting Clinton on emails called elusive

Prosecutors and FBI agents investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server have so far found scant evidence that the Democratic presidential front-runner candidate intended to break classification rules, though they are still looking at the prospect of an interview with Clinton herself, according to U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

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Hillary Clinton endorses all-boys public schools in high-crime areas

NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton says she wants a network of all-boys public schools in high-crime areas to "spread across America."

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Review: Firms that paid for Clinton speeches have U.S. government interests

WASHINGTON — It's not just Wall Street banks. Most companies and groups that paid Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to speak between 2013 and 2015 have lobbied federal agencies in recent years, and more than one-third are government contractors, an Associated Press review has found.