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New video shows Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky leaving the hospital with their newborn baby.
CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on why the Clinton family might be upstaging this week's U.N. General Assembly meeting.
Bill Clinton and George W. Bush sounded like old college buddies when they appeared in Washington on Monday.
In an essay in Vanity Fair magazine, Monica Lewinsky breaks her silence about her affair with President Bill Clinton that rocked the country. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
After seeing CNN's Poppy Harlow's story on 14-year-old armless kicker Isaac Lufkin, NFL officials invited him to the Super Bowl, where he received VIP treatment.
At MetLife Stadium he got to go on the field before the game to watch the players warm up, he shook hands with superstar actors and was feted in a luxury box. And then President Bill Clinton stopped by to say hello.
Former first lady Barbara Bush talks about the bond that has blossomed between her husband and Bill Clinton - once fierce political enemies - and how Clinton has become part of the family. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
Wolf Blitzer sat down for a lengthy interview with former President Bill Clinton, who joyously retells the unbelievable story of the time Nelson Mandela tricked him into bidding for - and buying - Cuban rum.
Wolf Blitzer sat down for a lengthy interview with former President Bill Clinton, who shares some unforgettable moments from his time with Nelson Mandela over their 20 years of friendship and partnership.
They need each other for different reasons. And yet, the relationship between Pres. Barack Obama and former Pres. Bill Clinton is complicated, to say the least - especially after Clinton chided Obama to keep his campaign promise, "If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it." CNN's Senior White House correspondent Brianna Keilar reports.
Bill Clinton and Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin are two leading Democrats suggesting it may be wise to tweak Obamacare.