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Former president Bill Clinton was interviewed at his home in Chappaqua, N.Y. by Dan Rather in an interview for CBS's (David M. Russell - CBS via AP)
Clinton Urges Effort to Address Energy
Former president Bill Clinton chided supporters to stop "bellyaching and whining" about the political obstacles and begin a new effort to address the intertwined problems of energy dependence and global warming.

Library Sparks Talk of Clintons' Past, Future
As hundreds of influential Democrats descend on Little Rock for the opening of the former president's presidential library, it is not just Clinton's presidential past, but his party's -- and his wife's -- presidential future that will be driving conversation.

Clinton and His Faithful, Forever on the Same Page
Nearly 2,000 book buyers lined up outside the Barnes & Noble store in Rockefeller Center for a chance to meet the author of "My Life."

In the News
Clinton Book Weighs Failures and Successes: Memoir Contradicts Testimony on Lewinsky (Post, June 22, 2004)

Clinton's Focus on Personal May Have a Cost (Post, June 21, 2004)

Clinton Backs Bush on Iraq War But Questions Invasion's Timing (Post, June 20, 2004)

Clinton's Book Tells of Strains on Marriage: Affair Led to Counseling, Self-Examination (Post, June 19, 2004)

A Painter Draws Attention at Last (Post, June 16, 2004)

Bush Unveils Clinton Portraits: Former President, First Lady Praised by Successor (Post, June 14, 2004; 3:46 PM)

Transcript From Portrait Unveiling Ceremony (E-Media, June 14, 2004; 12:37 PM)

Bill Clinton Memoir Set for June Publication: First Printing of 'My Life' To Be 1.5 Million Copies (Post, April 27, 2004)

To Inspire Japanese Youth, Clinton Pulled In Top Dollar: Civic Group Paid $400,000 for Visit by Ex-President (Post, June 17, 2003)

Lady of 'History': Hillary Clinton Is Again the Eye of a Public Storm (Post, June 12, 2003)

Clinton Diverges From Bush on Iraq: Democrat Supports Relaxed Deadline (Post, March 13, 2003)

Clinton and Dole Agree to Disagree Weekly On '60 Minutes' (Post, March 6, 2003)

For Ex-President, a Careful Return to Fray: Clinton Boosts Democratic Candidates With Appearances, Fundraising, Phone Messages (Post, Oct. 18, 2002)

Bush Seeks Secrecy For Pardon Discussions (Post, Aug. 27, 2002)

An Unwelcome Arkansas Traveler? (Post, Aug. 23, 2002)

Clinton Rejects Blame in Corporate Crisis, Criticizes Bush on Mideast (Post, July 28, 2002)

Clintons File for Reimbursement of Legal Fees (Post, July 27, 2002)

TV Offers Still Coming for Clinton (Post, July 19, 2002)

Clinton Got $9.2 Million as Speaker in 2001: Ex-President Believed To Command Record Fees (Post, June 15, 2002)

White House, GAO Debate Vandalism: Report: 2001 Damage Was Possibly Typical (Post, June 12, 2002)

Panel: Clintons Took $362,000 in Gifts: Some White House Items Were Undervalued, House Investigators Maintain (Post, Feb. 13, 2002)

Clinton Meets With Aides To Ponder Future Role (Post, Dec. 22, 2001)

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