Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton embraces Triza Lapani, 17, after  the teen helped Clinton put on a chitenje cloth, a traditional skirt, after speaking at Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) run by the Peace Corps, in Lilongwe, Malawi. Clinton's plan for 2013 was simple. Sheíd embark on an epic swansong around the world as secretary of state, a dizzying itinerary of east-west and north-south flights that would take her past 1 million miles in the air at the helm of American diplomacy and perhaps break her own record of 112 countries visited while in the post. Her health got in the way and she was sidelined by circumstances beyond her control.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton embraces Triza Lapani, 17, after the teen helped Clinton put on a chitenje cloth, a traditional skirt, after speaking at Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) run by the Peace Corps, in Lilongwe, Malawi. Clinton's plan for 2013 was simple. Sheíd embark on an epic swansong around the world as secretary of state, a dizzying itinerary of east-west and north-south flights that would take her past 1 million miles in the air at the helm of American diplomacy and perhaps break her own record of 112 countries visited while in the post. Her health got in the way and she was sidelined by circumstances beyond her control.
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published Friday, February 1st, 2013
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Associated Press WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is leaving office with a slap at critics of the Obama administration’s handling of the September attack on a U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya.

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