When I walk into the Chappaqua dining room in which Hillary Clinton is spending her days working on her new book, I am greeted by a vision from the past. Wearing no makeup and giant Coke-bottle glasses, dressed in a gray mock-turtleneck and black zip sweatshirt, Hillary looks less Clinton and more Rodham than I have ever seen her outside of college photographs. It’s the glasses, probably, that work to make her face look rounder, or maybe just the bareness of her skin. She looks not like the woman who’s familiar from television, from newspapers, from America of the past 25 years, but like the 69-year-old version of the young woman who came to the national stage with a wackadoodle Wellesley commencement speech in 1969. With no more races to run and no more voters to woo with fancy hair, Clinton appears now as she might have if she’d aged in nature and not in the crucible of American politics. Still, this is not Hillary of the woods. She is reemerging, giving speeches … [Read more...] about Inside Hillary Clinton’s Surreal Post-Election Life
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The Indonesian government is working hard to increase public awareness of avian influenza so citizens will recognize the symptoms of the deadly virus. The health ministry estimates only 30 percent of avian flu patients make a full recovery. They believe these numbers are low because many people wait too long after infection to receive treatment. … [Read more...] about Indonesia Coping with Threat of Avian Flu
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