NEW YORK, June 4 - Hillary Rodham Clinton is not just making news this week for her tell-all book about the Clinton White House. On Friday, the New York Senator, along with New York Congressman Thomas Reynolds, will be honored with an Igniting Ideas award for supporting the University at Buffalo Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics, according to a university news service.
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