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Teresa Heinz Kerry

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Condition of Kerry’s Wife Is Said to Improve
Teresa Heinz Kerry, the wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, who was hospitalized over the weekend after apparently suffering a seizure, was upgraded to fair condition from critical.

Kerry’s Wife Is Flown for Emergency Care
Teresa Heinz Kerry, the wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, became ill with a serious medical condition on Sunday during a vacation on Nantucket.

John Kerry Potential Winner in Heinz Deal

Thu, 14 Feb 2013 11:59:59 GMT

Secretary of State John Kerry — married to Teresa Heinz Kerry, an heir to the Heinz ketchup fortune — held $3 million worth of shares in the company last year.

In Kerry's Last Campaign Hours, a Softer Tone, a Call to Arms

Tue, 02 Nov 2004 00:00:00 GMT

As his nearly two-year campaign for the presidency came down to a 20-hour last lap from Florida to Wisconsin and east and west across the Great Lakes, Senator John Kerry was halfway through his stump speech under a driving rain in Milwaukee on Monday when he stopped and surveyed his drenched but dauntless crowd. ''You guys look so wonderful, wet and bundled and all huddled up,'' Mr. Kerry told thousands of Wisconsin Democrats who smiled from under slickers and garbage bags and matted hair and spongy Kerry-Edwards signs now melted to their heads.

East Wing: Married, With White House

Mon, 25 Oct 2004 00:00:00 GMT

Laura Bush graciously -- and shrewdly -- let Teresa Heinz Kerry off the hook for saying that the first lady had never held a ''real'' job. ''I know how tough it is,'' Mrs. Bush said, ''and actually I know those trick questions.''


Thu, 21 Oct 2004 00:00:00 GMT

This year's winner of Family Circle magazine's presidential cookie bake-off has been decided, and if the contest's past results foretell the future, President Bush will be re-elected. Most readers preferred Laura Bush's oatmeal chocolate chunk cookies over the rival pumpkin spice cookies. But there's a glitch: The pumpkin cookies were not Teresa Heinz Kerry's. When her recipe for easy-to-make oatmeal crunchies was rejected, a member of her staff submitted someone else's recipe for pumpkin cookies. The oatmeal crunchies would probably not have won either. All previous winners contain chocolate. Marian Burros (NYT)

Unusual Apology From One Wife to Another

Thu, 21 Oct 2004 00:00:00 GMT

It is not something that occurs often in a political campaign, but Teresa Heinz Kerry offered an apology on Wednesday for saying Laura Bush had never had ''a real job.'' Mrs. Heinz Kerry was asked in an interview published on Wednesday by USA Today how she might be different from Mrs. Bush as first lady.


Wed, 20 Oct 2004 00:00:00 GMT

An article last Wednesday about Teresa Heinz Kerry and her thoughts about food misstated the context of a quotation she attributed to her father, an oncologist in Mozambique. The quoted questions -- ''What are you eating? Are you making a pig of yourself?'' -- were addressed to city patients, Mrs. Kerry said, not those in the bush, who would have struggled to find enough food.

Kerry's Wife Releases Part of Her 2003 Income Tax Return

Sat, 16 Oct 2004 00:00:00 GMT

Teresa Heinz Kerry reported income of just over $5 million last year, slightly more than half of it from investments in tax-exempt municipal and state bonds, her 2003 income tax return shows, confirming her status as the wealthiest spouse of any major party nominee in United States history. Ms. Heinz Kerry on Friday released a small part of her 2003 income tax return, unlike her husband, Senator John Kerry, and President Bush and his wife, Laura, who have made their full tax returns available for public inspection. The Kerrys file separate tax returns, a common arrangement when one spouse is wealthy.