Hillary Clinton is standing by her new presidential man. In a Today Show interview with Ann Curry, the secretary of State said she felt Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize thanks to "his attitude toward America's role in the world" and the way his "willingness to really kind of challenge everyone" is restoring "a kind of image and appreciation of our country." Clinton also said that the prize wouldn't change Obama's decisions about Afghanistan, including the current debate over whether to boost troop numbers. In a response to a question about whether the administration was marginalizing her, Clinton said, "I believe in delegating power," adding "maybe that is a woman's thing. Maybe I am totally secure and feel absolutely no need to go running around in order for people to see what I'm doing."