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AT THE FRONT: Sisters Kath and Wynne King left Orange with 23 other young women to nurse Australian war wounded in World War I, with Kath treating the first wave of Australian soldiers injured at Gallipoli and Wynne treating the evacuated soldiers in Egypt.
It's hard to understate the depth of the Bush-Clinton impact on American politics.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today again put himself on an auction block, repeating an offer that last year brought in $610,000 for the Washington, D.C.-based Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
Today's Anzac Day may feel like a mere overture to next year's centenary of the Gallipoli landings, but this one is a centenary too.
The photo posted by the 30-year-old actress shows her smiling, with the baby's head pressed against her cheek.
Former president Bill Clinton will headline a fundraiser next month to benefit the gubernatorial campaign of Lt.
When the IRS revokes tax-exempt status of a 501 organization, the sanction is considered so severe that tax practitioners refer to it as the 'death penalty.'
In 1933 the United States wasn't doing so well. Franklin Delano Roosevelt sought to change that.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday offered condolences over the massacre of Armenians almost 100 years ago, describing the events of World War I as "our shared pain."
U.S. President Barack Obama is greeted by an unidentified official upon his arrival at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo, Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
Former President Bill Clinton may have dropped a couple of House of Cards spoilers at a recent benefit concert, but the lead star of the Netflix series, Kevin Spacey, has no problem with that.
New York City said Tuesday it will make a bid to host the Democratic National Convention in 2016 as the party invited proposals from 15 cities.
Former President Bill Clinton continued to have a successful career after having a highly-publicized affair.
An unprecedented "shadow campaign" to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House is underway - even though the former secretary of state has yet to say she is a candidate, NPR reported .
Bill Clinton had to call Russia's first president early in the day to catch him sober.
Bill Clinton as Arkansas governor officiated Jim and Diane Blair's 1979 wedding and Hillary Clinton was "best person."