Hillary Rodham Clinton, often referred to as simply Hillary Clinton, is a lawyer, the former First Lady, a member of the U.S. Senate...

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By now, it's all but guaranteed that Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016. She's a virtual lock to receive the Democratic nomination and she's the current front-runner to succeed Barack Obama in the highest office in the land.

If the details revealed in a new tell-all book turn out to be true, however, Hillary's most important political ally could turn out be her biggest liability.

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The book is titled The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of Presidents, and according to those who have received advance copies, author Ronald Kessler hits the Clintons the hardest.

Kessler reportedly makes some shocking claims about Bill's still very active sex life - specifically with regard to the 42nd president's frequent liaisons with a busty blonde mistress nicknamed "Energizer."

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Hillary Clinton served as President Obama's Secretary of State for four years, and Obama will likely prove to be a valuable ally when Clinton makes another bid for the White House in 2016, but if a new tell-all book is to be believed, Clinton is still holding on to some hard feelings stemming from the 2012 Democratic primaries.

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Edward Klein, author of the not-at-all-scandalously-titled Blood Feud: The Obamas Vs. The Clintons, claims that a boozed up Clinton vented her frustrations to a group of friends when asked about Obama in 2013.

The book quotes Clinton as saying:

"Obama has turned into a joke. The IRS targeting the Tea Party, the Justice Department's seizure of AP phone records...Obama's allowed his hatred of his enemies to screw him the way Nixon did."

It's been a rough week for Obama who's been racking up haters like it's going out of style:

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Looks like Katy Perry is all in, and in to win in 2016 ... if Hillary's in.

The singer wants to help Hillary Clinton roar if she launches a second presidential campaign, or so it would appear after she posted this photo on Instagram:

Katy Perry and Hillary Clinton

Perry has been an outspoken Barack Obama supporter through the years, though he won't be on the ballot come 2016. Will Hillary? It remains to be seen.

The 29-year-old and the 66-year-old former First Lady, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State might seem an unlikely team, but we may see a lot more of it.

“I told Hillary Clinton that I would write her a ‘theme’ song if she needs it,” Perry said in an Instagram photo of the two at Clinton’s Hard Choices book signing.

Looks like it's mutual as far as Hill (or her staff) is concerned.

Clinton, who might be contemplating taking Perry on, tweeted, “@KatyPerry Well that’s not a Hard Choice. You already did! Keep letting us hear you Roar.”

Love-fest / possible Vice Presidential pick alert?

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Who are the most influential celebrities? Time Magazine recently came out with its annual list.

Now, along similar lines, Forbes has come out with a ranking of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the World.

And while many names and faces on it may not be too familiar to celebrity gossip fans (German chancellor Angela Merkel is #1, Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen is #2), a number of high-profile celebrities did make the list.

There's a former First Lady and our current one... an actress with many tattoos... a singer with many hairstyles... and an artist whose hips never lie.

Click through the following celebrity rankings and determine: Are these women as powerful as advertised?

Hillary Clinton (#6)
According to Forbes, Hillary Clinton is the sixth Most Powerful Woman in the world. Might she become #1 in 2016?

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They were opponents in the 2008 Presidential Election, but Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have now teamed up for a duet of the smash single "Timber."

Sort of.

Okay, not at all.

But the same genius behind Obama lip-dubbing Jingle Bells and Made in the USA has come out with his latest creation, a video of the President and former First Lady making like Kesha and Pitbull.

Give it a look and a listen now:

Funny stuff, huh?

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Forget running for President in 2016.

Hillary Clinton clearly has a future as an acrobat.

While delivering a speech at the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Conference in Las Vegas today, the former First Lady managed to dodge a shoe thrown in her direction by an angry audience member.

And not only did the 66-year old remain upright, her quick wit was kept fully intact.

“What was that a bat? Is that a bat?” Clinton replied on stage. “Is that somebody throwing something at me? Is that part of Cirque du Soleil?"

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Attention, Ellen DeGeneres: Jimmy Kimmel will see your Bradley Cooper and raise you three Clintons in the selfie he posted to his followers over the weekend:

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Kimmel took the photo at the Clinton Global Initiative University in Tempe, Ariz., where he interviewed the former first family in front of 1,000 students.

"@TheEllenShow No Brad Cooper but 3 Clintons & a Kimmel @HillaryClinton @ChelseaClinton @Bill Clinton #selfie," Kimmel tweeted Saturday.

He was referring to DeGeneres' Oscar "selfie" featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey and Bradley Cooper this month.

Though mightily impressive, Kimmel's pic going to have a hard time besting Ellen’s star-studded, record-breaking effort at the 2014 Academy Awards.

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An archive of diaries, memos and notes from conversations kept by one of Hillary Clinton’s best friends have shed new light on her reaction to the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

The papers offer a look at the mindset of the then-First Lady through some of the most difficult parts of her husband’s presidency, including the affair that nearly ended it.

Clinton's friend, the late Diane Blair, was a political science professor whose papers were donated to the University of Arkansas Special Collections library in 2010.

The information has been available there since then but only recently came to light after a conservative website reviewed them and shared their findings.

In "The Hillary Papers," she actually credited Bill Clinton with trying to break away from intern Monica Lewinsky, whom she called a “narcissistic loony toon.”

Blair also said Hillary Clinton cited a series of personal tragedies like the death of friend Vince Foster, her father and Bill’s mother in taking a toll on their marriage.

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Barbara Walters had a diverse group of people to choose from in selecting her 21st and likely final Most Fascinating Person from this year. So who was it?

There was Jennifer Lawrence, a blessing with her great acting and great quotes, an A-list movie star who somehow feels like everyone's BFF.

There's new parents Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, the Duck Dynasty cast (also in the news thanks to Phil Robertson), and obviously Miley Cyrus.

None of them topped the last though. That honor goes to ...

Hillary Clinton! She was the first person selected by Barbara Walters when she began her series of specials 21 years ago, so it was a fitting choice.

Yet also somewhat of an odd one, as Clinton stepped down as Secretary of State early this year and has been almost entirely out of the spotlight.

In any case, Barbara Walters says she's retiring after this year, making this the final Most Fascinating special. As for Clinton retiring? A lot less clear.

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At a speech on Wednesday in Buffalo, N.Y., former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took on a heckler by encouraging him to ... not heckle.

Clinton made it clear that citizenship doesn’t include yelling. “It includes sitting down and talking,” she said, to a rousing ovation from the 6,500 on hand.

The man, who had been yelling from an upper section of the bleachers during the event at University of Buffalo, was eventually led away by security.

He screamed "Benghazi, Benghazi, you let them die" in reference to the 9/11/12 terror attack on a U.S. Embassy in Libya in which four Americans died.

“We can’t move from crisis to crisis,” she said, according to reports, “we have to be willing to come together as citizens to focus on the kind of future we want.”

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