Riveting as always at the Aspen Institute, which hosted a stellar, deeply informed panel this Friday past bringing together Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and moderated by Harvard Kennedy School Professor Nicholas Burns. Show More Summary
U.S. President George W. Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell applaud at the North Atlantic Council Summit in Prague November 21, 2002. Between them is Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, to their right, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Show More Summary
Thursday at Vermont's Norwich University the crowd rose for a standing ovation as former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told protestors still screaming as they were being escorted out of the venue by security, “Democracy is great,...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice again pushed Republicans to pass amnesty legislation. "I fully support immigration reform because it's what makes our country great. America is made up of people...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice defended the NSA at a conference held Wednesday in Silicon Valley. She also called Edward Snowden a "traitor" and said it was "suspicious" he ended up in Russia. Rice, who is now a professor...Show More Summary
I know it's silly season but how about we get real with Condoleeza Rice and start demanding answers for the 13 embassy bombings that happened on her watch? Washington Post: Former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice says she still has...Show More Summary
(CNN) – Condoleezza Rice is hopeful that Jeb Bush runs for president in 2016 but said it's unlikely she'd be seen on a ballot with the potential candidate. In an interview with Ozy Media, the former secretary of state also said more questions need to be answered about the deadly 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, […]
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she hoped that former Florida Governor Jeb Bush would run for president in 2016. “I think Jeb would be fantastic,” Rice said. “Jeb hasn’t said whether he’ll run. He’s a friend. I hope he does frankly,” she said in an interview with OZY. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice argues that U.S. military forces would deter Russian expansion. CNN youtube
The former secretary of state says being part of Silicon Valley's innovation ecosystem is "exciting"
Catching up with a fun few minutes from Wednesday night, the Weekly Standard’s Stephen Hayes went on a tear after those who forced former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to withdraw as commencement speaker at New Jersey’s Rutgers...Show More Summary
In the face of protests from some students and faculty, former Bush National Security Adviser and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice withdrew as featured commencement speaker at the upcoming graduation ceremonies for the Rutgers University class of 2014. Show More Summary
Last week, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice withdrew as Rutgers University's commencement speaker. Citing months of protest by faculty and students in stepping aside, Rice wrote: "Commencement should be a time of joyous celebration for the graduates and their families. Show More Summary
Rutgers can’t get its act together as to whom it should invite to give its 2014 commencement speech. First the university’s offer to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice triggered harsh protests from professors at both its campuses in New Brunswick and Newark, prompting Rice to back out. Show More Summary
John Feehery: Not that many people protested the invitation for former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice to speak at the Rutgers University commencement ceremony. But here's what they should have realized.
Days after the controversy over former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking at commencement, Rutgers University now finds itself in another mess: A school official apparently asked Eric LeGrand, the Rutgers football player paralyzed...Show More Summary
Rutgers University was in a bit of a pickle when former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced last weekend she would not deliver the school's commencement address because student protests had made it a "distraction." Yet somehow,...Show More Summary
Last week, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice withdrew as the Rutgers University 2014 commencement speaker following student and faculty protests over her role in the 2003 coalition invasion of Iraq. While the successful pressuring...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who had been invited to give the commencement address at Rutgers University in New Jersey this month, said on Saturday that she would no longer give the speech. Her announcement came after weeks of protests by some students and faculty members over the university's decision to invite her. Show More Summary
Following protests by some faculty and students over her role in the Iraq War, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice declined an invitation Saturday to deliver the commencement address at Rutgers University, the Associated Press reports.