In 1996, when asked a series of questions about the brightness of her future, one high-school senior in an unnamed Midwestern state said, “There’s been extraordinary examples of people that have been poor and stuff that have risen to the top just from their personal hard work … not everybody can do that, I realize, but I think a lot of people could if they just tried.”
If you are an African American corporate professional and have managed
to burrow your way through and climb up the ladder of success in your
career, chances are excellent that one of the biggest sacrifices you
made during your trek was forgoing dozens of nights of sleep—according
to a study released earlier this year by the Harvard University School
of Public Health (HSPH) in Massachusetts.
Bill and Hillary Clinton rarely talk about their relationship with one another. But in an interview set to air Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," the former president opened up about the woman he said he trusts with his life.