Virginia Clinton Kelley
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Virginia Clinton Kelley
Virginia Clinton Kelley was the mother of former United States President Bill Clinton. She was born Virginia Dell Cassidy, the daughter of James Eldridge Cassidy (1898–1957), the town iceman (later a grocer), and Edith Cassidy (née Grisham; 1901–1968), a nurse anesthetist. During her high school years, she worked as a waitress at a local restaurant.
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Trio running for House seat in the 18th District - Northern Virginia Daily
Google News - over 5 years
Both were born far from Virginia, Kelley in Germany and Webert in Colorado. Neither has held public office, and both emphasize their business successes and pro-business stances on issues as major qualifications. Kelley owns and operates a marketing and
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CHELSEA KELLEY NAMED BIG SOUTH FEMALE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR - Radford University Athletics
Google News - over 5 years
She tossed two complete games and combined on four shutouts, and also hurled 5.2 innings of shutout ball in her win over Virginia. Kelley was named to the 2011 Big South All-Tournament team after earning a win and a save in helping the Highlanders to
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Special Review: NOUKA DUBI (Boat-wreck)/KASHMAKASH - Bollywood Spice
Google News - over 5 years
Noukadubi (also released in Hindi as Kashmakash), directed by Rituparno Ghosh, perhaps India's boldest and most sophisticated director, was the film chosen for screening at the Closing Night Gala at New York's
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Rishi, Neetu, Aparna Sen - The New York Indian Film Festival: Closing Night ... - Bollywood Spice
Google News - almost 6 years
"I never thought dancing and singing actors got awards!!" - Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor looked truly happy, bounding onto the stage at the Asia Society, on New York's Park Avenue, to accept his award for Best Actor
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Rupert Cornwell: The mother who blazed a trail for Obama's career - The Independent
Google News - almost 6 years
Virginia Kelley, whose first born was Bill Clinton, was a lively soul from deepest Arkansas with a penchant for men, racehorses and make-up. Or take Lillian Carter, the mother of Jimmy: nurse and Peace Corps volunteer, a daughter of the Deep South who
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Four Presidents, Past and Present, Exchange Humor and Warm Words
NYTimes - over 12 years
Considering just how much water has passed under the political bridge that binds them, it was perhaps appropriate that four presidents sat in a downpour yesterday to dedicate Bill Clinton's presidential library. Mr. Clinton, Jimmy Carter and the two George Bushes share three decades of victories and defeats, but the day was a rare reminder that
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COVER STORY; One More WB Show About Troubled Youth (But These Teenagers Actually Grow Up)
NYTimes - over 12 years
THE WB network has become almost exclusively associated with youth. That may be about to change with the premiere of ''Jack & Bobby'' at 9 tonight. The new series centers on a single mother (Christine Lahti) and her two high-school-age sons (Matt Long and Logan Lerman), one of whom grows up to be president of the United States. As a result, the
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His True Love Is Politics
NYTimes - over 12 years
MY LIFE By Bill Clinton. Illustrated. 999 pp. Alfred A. Knopf. $35. William Jefferson Clinton's ''My Life'' is, by a generous measure, the richest American presidential autobiography -- no other book tells us as vividly or fully what it is like to be president of the United States for eight years. Clinton had the good sense to couple great smarts
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Timing of Clinton Memoir Is Everything, for Kerry
NYTimes - almost 13 years
As Bill Clinton seeks to finish his memoirs, leading Democrats are voicing concern that the book could overshadow Senator John Kerry's presidential campaign, diverting attention to Mr. Clinton's outsize legacy of scandal and achievement. Many Democrats said they wanted the book published as far as possible before the election and, certainly, before
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TESTING OF A PRESIDENT: THE BACKGROUND; Strong at Politics, Weakened by Lapses
NYTimes - over 18 years
On Jan. 20, 1997, as an ebullient Bill Clinton took the oath of office for the second term that he hoped would secure his place in history, he returned to a theme that had been at the core of his claim to be a new kind of Democrat, declaring: ''Each and every one of us, in our own way, must assume personal responsibility, not only for ourselves and
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Baby Boomers, and There the Likeness Ceases
NYTimes - about 19 years
Bill Clinton and Ken Starr were born months apart in small, Southern-accented towns. But they come out of starkly different political cultures and have lived in two different worlds. As those worlds collide, and the two men clash in a political and legal death struggle, friends of both believe that the cultural differences are shaping public
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Clinton Cites Medicare Role In Financing Cancer Tests
NYTimes - about 19 years
Citing his mother's death from cancer, President Clinton drew attention today to efforts to fight the disease through Medicare's coverage of tests to detect breast, cervical and colorectal cancer. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Clinton highlighted provisions in the balanced budget agreement to extend the availability of mammograms, pap
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THEATER REVIEW; Morally Sightless, a Writer Loses His Words as Well
NYTimes - over 19 years
The actress in the black wig and dowdy nightgown looks vaguely familiar -- with the streak of silver in her hair and the song of the South in her drawl, she could pass for the younger sister of Virginia Kelley, President Clinton's mother. Hold on a sec. Could that be . . . Judith Ivey? Sure enough, that is the dramatically transformed Ms. Ivey
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AT HOME WITH: Barbra Streisand; Love Soft as an Easy Chair (Cue the Violins)
NYTimes - over 19 years
Barbra Streisand's in love. And she's wearing a white-diamond engagement ring on her elegantly manicured right hand. And she's waxing every bit as ecstatic as the lyrics to one of her hit songs. ''He's so nurturing,'' Ms. Streisand enthuses about her fiance, the actor James Brolin, during a six-hour conversation at her beach-front estate here.
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Reliving Myth of the Presidential Log Cabin
NYTimes - almost 20 years
From the moment he nestled in his crib in the tiny second-floor nursery, the 6-pound, 8-ounce baby his mother called Billy was swaddled in light. He could hear the train whistles, watch the shadows in the trees and perhaps smell the okra frying in the skillet on the stove downstairs -- or so the legends may go. In this era of instant myth-making,
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ALBRIGHT TO HEAD STATE DEPT.; REPUBLICAN IN TOP DEFENSE JOB
NYTimes - about 20 years
President Clinton today announced his selection of Madeleine K. Albright to be Secretary of State as he introduced a national security team for his second term that also includes a prominent Republican to head the Defense Department. Ms. Albright, 59, the daughter of a Czechoslovak diplomat, would be the first woman ever to serve at the helm of the
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Barbra Streisand, Still Not Pretty Enough
NYTimes - over 20 years
By conventional standards, Barbra Streisand is not considered beautiful. ''On the one hand I'll be compared to an Egyptian sculpture and on the other hand people think I'm awful-looking,'' she said. ''My opinion of myself is probably a little bit of both.'' ''Since childhood,'' she added, ''my looks have always been talked about in some strange
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The Incumbent as a Riddle: William Jefferson Clinton
NYTimes - over 20 years
On Thursday night, when he accepts the renomination of a Democratic Party that he has alternately inspired and exasperated, William Jefferson Clinton will be at once the best-known and least-knowable politician in the land. He is a moderate who cannot suppress his liberal impulses, a liberal who cannot escape his moderating instincts. He confounds
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Clintons Pay $75,437 in Tax
NYTimes - almost 21 years
A booming stock market and an old appearance on late-night television helped increase the income of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton by more than $50,000 last year. They paid $75,437 of Federal tax on income of $316,074. The President's earnings included $2,423 in royalties from a 1988 appearance on "The Tonight Show" on NBC. The royalties came from
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Issue-Oriented First Lady Is the Issue
NYTimes - about 21 years
After eight months of toil on a book, Hillary Rodham Clinton was supposed to emerge this week as a provocative thinker and passionate advocate for children in a media blitz arranged by her publisher. But on the eve of Mrs. Clinton's book tour, a newly discovered White House memorandum and copies of long-missing billing records from her Arkansas law
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Virginia Clinton Kelley
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1994
    Age 70
    Their marriage lasted until her death on January 6, 1994 from complications of breast cancer, at the age of 70, at her home in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
    More Details Hide Details She died less than a year after her son became the 42nd President of the United States on January 20, 1993. She is buried alongside her first husband at Rose Hill Cemetery in Hope.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1923
    Born
    Born on June 6, 1923.
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