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June 29, 1996 | By L. Boasberg, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER This article contains information from the Associated Press, Los Angeles Times and USA Today
You were looking for upbeat news? How about that teenage girl who, along with 70 or so other volunteers, has been working with a church group to repair poor people's homes in eastern Kentucky? The group is called the Appalachian Services Project Inc., and the 16-year-old girl, who's been eating in a high school cafeteria and sacking out in a sleeping bag in a classroom, is Chelsea Clinton. Chelsea is one of 7,000 volunteers working for the nonprofit group this year on 300 homes in 16 counties in West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky, according to its executive director, Joe Schlatter.
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May 30, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chelsea Clinton is embracing public service on a global scale. Bill and Hillary Clinton 's 33-year-old daughter, who completed a master of public health degree at Columbia University in 2010, spoke to the media at a women's conference Tuesday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She told the Associated Press she plans to work with the Clinton Foundation on projects "related to health . . . around the world. " Chelsea recently visited Myanmar as part of an initiative to provide water purification packets to areas with unsafe water supplies.
NEWS
February 16, 1997 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Chelsea Clinton will spend spring break touring sub-Saharan Africa with her mother. The White House said Thursday that Hillary Rodham Clinton would begin a two-week visit of South Africa and as many as six other nations March 15. It added that she was asked to make the trip to showcase a variety of projects in Africa underwritten by the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Peace Corps and other government agencies. LAST CALL British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber will sell his 18,000-bottle wine collection at a May 21 auction in London.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 15, 2011 | By Howard Gensler
THE FOLKS AT OCCUPY WALL ST. have it all wrong. If you want to get your job-creation message across on the news, you don't need to camp outside in the cold; you need your daddy to be president. For the second time in a year, NBC has hired the daughter of a former commander in chief to bring . . . we dunno, something . . . to its news division. First the "Today" show brought on Jenna Bush . Now "NBC Nightly News" and Brian Williams ' "Rock Center" have hired Chelsea Clinton . Chelsea will report stories for the feel-good "Making a Difference" series.
NEWS
November 18, 1992 | by Samantha Meinetz Shapiro, From the New York Times
I am feeling a little post-election smugness because I endorsed Clinton early on. When I say Clinton, I mean it in the loosest way. Actually, I mean Chelsea, and her father only in the sense that if he raised her he's got something good going on there. It doesn't matter whom I endorsed, of course, because I'm too young to vote. Because of this minor hindrance, it's dubious that any president will directly champion my interests or even understand what they are. Politicians' ideas of youth are limited to an amorphous rhetorical device, a first cousin of "the future," if you will.
LIVING
May 1, 1997 | By Annette John-Hall, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In the end, a day before today's enrollment deadline, Chelsea Clinton picked Stanford - 40 miles from San Francisco, 40 miles from Santa Cruz and just about as far away from her parents as she could get. Clinton, 17, a senior at the exclusive Sidwell Friends School in Washington, ended months of speculation over where she would attend college by choosing the prestigious Bay Area university. An aspiring doctor who was one of 15,000 students to qualify as a National Merit scholar, she will study premed at Stanford.
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November 16, 2005 | HOWARD GENSLER gensleh@phillynews.com Daily News wire services and Wireless Flash contributed to this report
WHEN TATTLE first heard about former first daughter Chelsea Clinton and Hollywood party princess Tara Reid being gal pals, we thought it was funny. According to radaronline.com, Chelsea's mom, Hillary, didn't see the humor. Chelsea and Tara (an Eagles fan, at least until Monday night) reportedly met in Europe over the summer and became tight after Chelsea broke up with longtime boyfriend Ian Klaus. "It's almost like Chelsea dumped Ian for Tara," says a Radar source. "All of a sudden Tara was staying at Chelsea's in New York, and they were going out to Bungalow 8 and Nobu every night.
LIVING
January 14, 1994 | By W. Speers, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER This story contains information from Associated Press, Reuters, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, the Washington Post and USA Today
Chelsea Clinton reportedly will take a dancing turn with the Bolshoi Ballet this weekend after joining her dad in Moscow today. Sources say a chance to join the famed company at a practice session has been an ambition of the first daughter, an aspiring dancer who performed last month in a Washington production of The Nutcracker. All of this depends, of course, on whether she actually accompanies her mother on the flight to Russia. The White House, not inclined to respond to Chelsea queries, would not say if the teenager will go, but it's known that she wants to and this week she concluded final exams at Sidwell Friends School.
LIVING
November 26, 1998 | By W. Speers This report contains material from the Associated Press, Reuters, New York Daily News, Los Angeles Times and Daily Mirror
Chelsea Clinton split about a week ago with her first serious boyfriend, Matthew Pierce, their relationship a victim of her father's sex scandal, yesterday's New York Post reported. The paper quoted a source as saying that the first daughter "was devastated" by the Monica Lewinsky mess last summer "and she leaned on Matt heavily when they came back [to Stanford U.] this term. All of a sudden he had to be like this knight in shining armor for her. The pressure was too much. " The Post added that Clinton, 18, earlier this week visited the campus medical center short of breath and complaining of being stressed out over the ending of a long-term relationship.
NEWS
August 5, 2010
THE CARTOON in Friday's Daily News claiming Bill Clinton had disappeared with Chelsea's bridesmaids was less than tasteless. It was insensitive, mean-spirited - and far from humorous. It wasn't even an original idea. I am shocked that it passed muster to be printed. Did no one have the decency to reject it? How very sad that no consideration was given to Chelsea's wedding as her own very special day. Must children always suffer for sins of their parents? Helen Miller Philadelphia
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April 18, 2014 | By Chris Brennan
  DR. VALERIE ARKOOSH   , the least-known of the four Democrats seeking the city/suburban 13th District Congressional seat in the May 20 Democratic primary election, is preparing to air campaign commercials and is already getting help from medical colleagues. A political-action committee for the American Society of Anesthesiologists reported spending $210,390 last week to air radio ads for Arkoosh. The ads seek to capitalize on Arkoosh's status as the only nonpolitician in the race.
NEWS
April 18, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
REMEMBER THE old Joni Mitchell song, "Chelsea Morning"? In the Clinton/Mezvinsky household, it may be changed to "Chelsea Morning Sickness. " Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton announced yesterday that she is pregnant with the first grandchild of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . "Marc and I are very excited that we have our first child arriving later this year," said Chelsea, referring to her investment banker husband, Marc Mezvinsky , the son of former area congresswoman Marjorie Margolies . Talk about great photo ops for Hillary on the campaign trail.
NEWS
April 11, 2014 | By Chris Brennan
FORMER U.S. Rep. Marjorie Margolies , running for her old 13th District seat for more than 10 months now, this week finally had her coming-out party. Former President Bill Clinton headlined two campaign fundraisers for her yesterday, just days after she made her first appearance with three Democratic foes in the May 20 primary election. Margolies is pitching a narrative of political redemption in her bid for the seat she held for just one term, from 1993 to 1995. She was ousted from office after promising to not raise taxes and then voting in 1993 for a Clinton budget that did just that.
NEWS
April 10, 2014 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
Whether you call him Slick Willie or Elvis, Bill Clinton is back in the building - and he dominates the place. Fourteen years after leaving the White House, Clinton is more popular than ever, the most sought-after surrogate for national Democrats in 2014. On Thursday, Clinton comes to Philadelphia for a cause close to home: the U.S. House campaign of Marjorie Margolies, who is trying to win back the suburban seat she lost in 1994 after her decisive vote for Clinton's first budget, which hiked taxes.
NEWS
April 6, 2014 | By Jessica Parks, Inquirer Staff Writer
After months of speculation, Marjorie Margolies is preparing for an event she hopes will seal her political comeback - a fund-raiser in which former President Bill Clinton will sing her praises and urge voters to return her to Congress. At the same time, she's enduring the scrutiny that comes with being a front-runner - and the mother-in-law of Chelsea Clinton. Margolies' campaign this week said it was contemplating a defamation suit against the Huffington Post for reporting that she "turned to her own charity in time of need" and "paid herself handsomely.
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March 11, 2014 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
Montgomery County Board of Commissioners Chairman Josh Shapiro, a rising star in state Democratic politics, on Sunday endorsed Marjorie Margolies' effort to reclaim the Pennsylvania congressional seat she lost two decades ago. "We need more people in government with the courage of their conviction who can rise above the small politics of the moment and stand up and fight for what they believe in," Shapiro, 40, said in a statement. "Marjorie has demonstrated that she is that type of leader.
BUSINESS
March 11, 2014 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, Inquirer Staff Writer
When the Mark Group, which calls itself the United Kingdom's largest installer of domestic energy-saving solutions, announced plans to set up its U.S. headquarters in the former Navy Yard in South Philadelphia, the state and city rolled out the carpet, offering $3.3 million in incentives. Executives said they expected to hire 300 people in the U.S. within three years, starting in October 2010. Three years have passed and U.S. employment stands at 175. "We are growing," said Jeffrey A. Bartos, 41, chief executive of Mark's U.S. operations.
NEWS
June 1, 2013 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
Marjorie Margolies says she's the same centrist Democrat who lost her seat representing Pennsylvania's 13th District in the House two decades ago over one crucial and controversial vote. The district, however, is not the same. As Margolies begins her attempted political comeback, the 13th has morphed from a swing district entirely within Montgomery County into a Democratic lock that reaches into Northeast Philadelphia. "It will be a different kind of race," Margolies said Thursday, the day she filed a declaration of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission.
NEWS
May 31, 2013 | By Chris Brennan
MARJORIE MARGOLIES re-entered the world of congressional campaigning yesterday with an act of political judo, converting an old weakness to a new strength. Margolies, 70, has seen a career spanning decades often reduced simply to "the vote," a decision in 1993 that cost her the suburban 13th Congressional District seat after just one term. That vote - Margolies switched sides after promising not to raise taxes and then casted the deciding vote to pass President Clinton 's tax-increasing budget - has followed her for 20 years.
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May 30, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chelsea Clinton is embracing public service on a global scale. Bill and Hillary Clinton 's 33-year-old daughter, who completed a master of public health degree at Columbia University in 2010, spoke to the media at a women's conference Tuesday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She told the Associated Press she plans to work with the Clinton Foundation on projects "related to health . . . around the world. " Chelsea recently visited Myanmar as part of an initiative to provide water purification packets to areas with unsafe water supplies.
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