"Sounding terrific, upbeat and raring to go:" Hillary Clinton to return to work next week in Washington but advised to avoid international…

'Sounding terrific, upbeat and raring to go': Hillary Clinton to return to work next week in Washington but advised to avoid international travel Hillary Clinton, 65, left New York-Presbyterian Hospital looking relaxed with daughter Chelsea and husband Bill by her side on Wednesday After three days of treatment for blood clot in vein behind her ear, her medical team reports that she is making 'good progress on all fronts'Secretary Clinton was admitted to New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday after a follow-up exam found a blood clot in her headIs now recovering at family's Chappaqua home outside of ManhattanExpects to return to her Washington office next weekDoctors have advised her to avoid international travel for now attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya. 'She is committed to testifying, and we are working with the committees on an appropriate set of dates,' Nuland said

Al-Qaeda offers $160K bounty for assassination of US Ambassador to Yemen and $23K for killing American soldiers

Al-Qaeda offers $160K bounty for assassination of US Ambassador to Yemen and $23K for killing American soldiers | UPDATED: 18:03 GMT, 30 December 2012 Al-Qaeda has placed a $160,000 bounty on the head of the U.S. Ambassador to Yemen and $23,000 for the assassination of any American soldiers in the country. An audio produced by the group's media arm, the al-Malahem Foundation, and posted on militant websites Saturday said it offered three kilograms of gold for the killing of Ambassador Gerald M.

Hunt for Bengahzi killers of Ambassador Christopher Stevens "held back by Libya"

Hunt for killers of U.S. Ambassador in Benghazi 'being held back by Libya' – as Republicans claim military not FBI should investigate attack | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 11 December 2012 At large: The men who killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens have not been caught Three months after Ambassador Christopher Stevens, a diplomat and two CIA contractors were murdered in Benghazi, there is no sign of the killers being brought to justice by the United States. The investigation into the attacks has been hampered by the reluctance of the Libyan authorities to move against the Islamist terrorists identified by the FBI as responsible for the killing, according to American officials briefing the 'New York Times'