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Bill Clinton Addresses Confrontation With Benghazi Protesters at Rally
Today on the stump in Miami Gardens, Florida, former President Bill Clinton addressed the two Benghazi protesters who repeatedly interrupted him during a speech the day before the South Carolina Democratic Primary . “We’ve got to quit screaming at each other. It’s like that debate,” said Clinton.
How Female Stars Honored International Women's Day
A bunch of female stars disappeared on social media Sunday. Amy Poehler , Cameron Diaz and Lupita Nyong'o were among those who replaced their social media profile photos with a faceless avatar in honor of International Women's Day on Sunday. The stunt was part of the Clinton Foundation's #NotThere
Joe Biden Whispers in Ear of Nominee's Wife
Amy Robach reports on all the latest news burning up your social media feed.
Beyonce Poses as Rosie the Riveter
The superstar reigns over Instagram this week with her snapshots of walking Blue Ivy and posing as Rosie the Riveter.
Flight 370, Fort Hood Shooting and the News of the Week
Mudslide, GM on the Hot Seat and "Rosie the Riveter" made up the week's headlines.
Real life 'Rosie the Riveters' Honored by the White House
Finally tonight, American trailblazers receiving an honor long overdue. Rosie the riveter, world war it's hero on the home front. The real life Rosie showed strength and determination during tough and uncertain times, and now decades later, they're still similar bombs of that determination. And
Obama, Biden Honor WW II Working Women
Five women who worked in U.S. factories during the war get a surprise visit at Washington event.
Rosie the Riveter Museum: Fundraisers Try to Preserve WWII's 'Arsenal of Democracy'
Rosie the Riveter may soon be getting a new home. If backers can raise $8 million by Oct. 1, part of Ford's former Willow Run factory in Ypsilanti, Mich., will be turned into an extension of a neighboring museum that would honor the accomplishments of Rosie and some 40,000 workers like her who
Walton-backed museum sends ripples across USA
Strip malls and office parks line the landscape of this northwest Arkansas city at the foot of the Ozark Mountains. Its downtown square has two eateries, a jewelry store, a courthouse and a statue of a Confederate soldier. Chain restaurants far outnumber locally owned ones. At first glance,