Bill Clinton

LONDON - Britain's new opposition leader Ed Miliband defused another potential family feud on Friday, handing a high-flying husband and wife duo key jobs in his new team - two weeks after defeating his own brother to be named Labour Party chief.

HADDONFIELD, N.J. - Gay Americans have arrived at a "teachable moment." Often feeling marginalized in political discourse or grousing that they're used as political pawns, they have the nation's attention - and sympathy - after a recent spate of teenage suicides and two apparent anti-gay attacks in the heart of their community.

Former U.S. President BILL CLINTON is recovering after undergoing heart surgery in New York on Thursday (11Feb10).

NEW YORK - First Lady Michelle Obama is urging global development groups to include military veterans and their spouses in their work.
Blair, again controversial, to get Liberty Medal
PHILADELPHIA - Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is in Philadelphia to receive the Liberty Medal for his global human rights work, even as his new memoir reignites debate on his political leadership.
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