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George W. Bush Presidential Center
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Former first lady Laura Bush on Friday introduced a group of women from Tunisia as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute's fellowship program that helps women in the Middle East and North Africa hone leadership skills.
Portraits painted by former President George W. Bush will be featured in an exhibit at his presidential library this spring.
It has to do with wise civility, perhaps, and some fabulous strategery. Former President George W. Bush, deemed either a "frat boy" or war monger by an unfriendly press for years, has re-emerged on the public radar, earning a growing number of positive reviews and rising approval ratings on par or even besting President Obama's numbers.
For a man who spent eight years in the public eye as president, George W. Bush's private side remains a mystery to many Americans. Eric Draper's new book, "Front Row Seat," gives a peek behind the privacy curtain that surrounds every president.
Behold, some Earth Day news of a different sort. Recall that while in office, President George W. Bush relished his time outdoors in the Lone Star State, and he drew much derision from the liberal press for his habit of clearing out brush on his ranch, by hand, the old-fashioned way. Mr. Bush's basic penchant for earthy fare is still active. Very active, in fact.
A 15-acre park at the upcoming George W. Bush Presidential Center will recreate a Texas prairie, complete with a wildflower meadow, a new blend of native grasses and even trees transplanted from the former president's ranch.
The George W. Bush Institute is launching its first book, which features experts weighing in on ways to jump-start the U.S. economy toward 4 percent gross domestic product growth.
Former President George W. Bush has been helping to renovate a women's cancer-screening center in Zambia during a weeklong trip to Africa.
The Secret Service has already gone over the rocky desert trail with sharp eyes and a fine-toothed comb, making way for former President George W. Bush, 24 wounded warriors and a slew of mountain bikes - all arriving Thursday in Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, Texas.