** Clinton Returns to Work**
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton returns to work Monday after recovering from a blood clot in her head that forced her to spend three nights in the hospital.
She was released last week, capping a month of health concerns that included a stomach virus and a concussion she suffered after fainting at her home.
The State Department says Clinton will hold closed-door meetings with assistant secretaries Monday, but no public events.
Her schedule later in the week includes a meeting Thursday with visiting Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
While not at her office, Clinton has been talking to staff and some foreign officials by telephone.
**Gang-Rape Suspects Appear in Indian Court **
Five of the six suspects in the Indian gang-rape case arrived at a fast-track court Monday in New Delhi.
Indian authorities have charged the men with murder, rape, kidnapping and other charges in the December 16 attack. Officials say they will push for the death penalty if the men are convicted.
A sixth suspect is under 18 and will be tried separately in a juvenile court.
India set up the fast-track court to try the men accused of the brutal gang-rape. It is one of five fast-track courts being set up in New Delhi, known by some as the "rape capital" of India. The courts will hear cases of sexual assault and other crimes against women in an effort to bypass India's overwhelmed court system, where cases can often take many years to be resolved.