WASHINGTON — For the first time in a month, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is back in Washington and at work Monday.
Her first order of business was a meeting with her assistant secretaries at the state department.
Clinton has been sidelined due to a virus and a subsequent concussion that she got after falling due to dehydration.
She was hospitalized for four days after doctors determined the fall caused a blot clot in her head.
Clinton's tenure is winding down as the president has nominated Senator John Kerry to replace her.