As Hillary Clinton wraps up her term as Secretary of State, we've gathered some of her most memorable moments - from serious to whimsical - that were caught on tape during the past four years.
Clinton as Secretary of State: 9 memorable moments
Sworn in as Secretary of State
February 2, 2009: Vice President Biden administered the oath of office for Clinton during a ceremonial swearing in with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, daughter Chelsea and mother, Dorothy Rodham.
Snaps at student's question
August 10, 2009: Clinton snapped at a Congolese student over a question mistranslated about her husband's views on foreign policy, saying: "My husband is not Secretary of State, I am."
A tour of her private office
May 2010: Clinton gives Scott Pelley a behind the scenes look at her private office.
Surprised in Hawaii
November 16, 2011:While posing for pictures with Hong Kong's chief executive Donald Tsang in Hawaii, a man dressed in a loin cloth carrying a torch runs behind the two.
Dancing in South Africa
August 7, 2012: Clinton showed off her dance moves at a dinner in Johannesburg hosted by South Africa's prime minster.
Reacts to Benghazi attack
September 12, 2011: Clinton remarked on the death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi, Libya, in an attack on the U.S. Consulate: "This is an attack that should shock the conscience of people of all faiths around the world."
Heated at Benghazi hearing
January 23, 2013: At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, Clinton passionately defended the Obama administration against charges that they misled the American public on the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, saying "nothing could be further from the truth" and heatedly pushing back on suggestions to the contrary.
"60 Minutes": Clinton and Obama
January 25, 2013: Clinton and President Obama address their evolution from bitter opponents to partners in the corridors of power in an interview with "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft.
Says Benghazi deaths are her biggest regret
January 29, 2013: In a global "town hall" with young people, Clinton said her biggest regret during her four years in the post was the loss of American lives in Benghazi, Libya. "We have to understand from the very beginning you can't control everything," she said.