NEW YORK (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton is getting plenty of encouragement to run for president in 2016.
Her re-emergence this past week after a two-month break brought out cheering supporters when she gave speeches focused on the issues of women and girls around the world.
Clinton's publisher announced a new book deal. And one of her husband's political advisers urged activists to get behind a future Hillary Clinton White House bid.
Clinton has said she has no plans to run for president in 2016 but hasn't ruled anything out.
Her approach has done little to quell interest among Democratic activists. So the "will she or won't she" question is bound to follow her until she makes a decision.