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US talk show host posts 'selfie' with Clintons

US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has done his best to rival Ellen DeGeneres' infamous Oscars 'selfie' by getting Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton to all pose in front of the camera.

Read: Internet spoofs of Ellen's Oscars selfie

However, unfortunately for Kimmel the picture has only been retweeted around 7,000 times compared to over 3.4 million for the Oscars selfie, which featured Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey, Angelina Jolie and a host of other Hollywood stars.

Picture: Homer Simpson posts Oscars selfie parody

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Liz Hurley calls Clinton affair allegations 'silly stories'

Elizabeth Hurley has said she will take legal action after "ludicrously silly stories" alleging she had an affair with former US president Bill Clinton were published.

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Ludicrously silly stories about me & Bill Clinton. Totally untrue. In the hands of my lawyers. Yawn.

The rumours emerged online in the United States, claiming the affair started during Mr Clinton's presidency, at a White House party in 1998.

The actress said the stories were false.

Obama and Clinton lay wreath at JFK memorial

The Obamas and the Clintons honour assassinated US President John F Kennedy Credit: Reuters

US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have paid their respects at the grave of former President John F Kennedy to mark the 50th anniversary of his assassination.

They were joined by former President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary Clinton.

President Obama and former President Clinton escort Ethel Kennedy, the widow of Robert Kennedy, to the service Credit: Reuters

A wreath was laid at the grave site in Arlington National Cemetery.

Surviving members of the Kennedy family were also present.

Flame burns above grave of John F Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery Credit: Reuters

On Friday the nation will remember the shooting which happened in Dallas in 1963.

Obama awards Medal of Freedom to Oprah and Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton and chat show host Oprah Winfrey were among the recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom award today.

President Obama presented the award to 16 prominent Americans during a ceremony at the White House.

U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to entertainer Oprah Winfrey. Credit: Reuters

The award, regarded as the nation's highest civilian decoration, was established by John F Kennedy less than a year before his death.

Obama said the ceremony was one his favourite events of the year, and claimed this year's ceremony was "just a little more special" as it is 50 years since President Kennedy created the award.

Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Credit: Reuters

President Obama will be joined by Bill and Hilary Clinton at a ceremony at Kennedy's grave site later on tonight as the nation prepares to honour the President's legacy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.

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Hillary Clinton honoured for diplomacy by Duke of York

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been presented with this year's Chatham House Prize in recognition of her contribution to international diplomacy.

The central London institute also commended Mrs Clinton for her work towards gender equality and opportunities for women and girls.

Hillary Clinton received the crystal award and a scroll signed by The Queen from Prince Andrew. Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The annual prize is awarded at Banqueting House in Whitehall to the statesperson deemed to have made the greatest contribution to improving international relations in the previous year.

Earlier husband Bill Clinton tweeted a photo of the power couple enjoying a "beautiful morning walk" in Hyde Park. Credit: Twitter/@billclinton

U2's Bono impersonates Bill Clinton

U2 singer Bono has been showing off his best American drawl as he impersonated for Bill Clinton.

As he waited for the former US president on stage at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, Bono began a striking impersonation of Mr Clinton.

To the obvious delight of the audience the U2 frontman described how Clinton "thought he was one his roadies" the first time they met before listing their humanitarian achievements.

When Mr Clinton did arrive the Irish singer leapt back in to his own seat as the former president said he "must be really easy to make fun of."

Update: Clinton responds with Bono impression

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