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Miss Beazley, former President George W. Bush's beloved Scottish terrier, has died.
Former President George W. Bush's absence at the 9/11 Memorial Museum dedication in New York City on Thursday may have confused some of the victims' families, but it turns out he had a good excuse: he was meeting with a crowd of living recipients of the Medal of Honor in Bentonville, Arkansas.
The Chickasaw Nation's ambassador-at-large to the U.S. has received recognition by the Putnam City Public Schools Foundation for his years of service to others.
While most of the Republicans testing the 2016 presidential waters are in favor of a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, the GOP's Senate candidates are generally focusing on the enforcement side, calling for a crackdown — a striking difference that underscores just how difficult the issue is for the party.
Van Jones, the former green czar under President Obama, attempted to deflect criticism of the current White House's handling of the Benghazi terrorist attack by casting eyes at the previous administration and suggesting that nobody hounded George W. Bush when embassies were bombed under his watch.
Transfers from the Guantanamo prison compound — sharply restricted since 2011 by lawmakers worried about detainees returning to the battlefield — have picked up again in recent years as Congress relaxed some mandates and President Obama found ways to send some inmates home.
Former President George W. Bush pedaled off Friday on the second of a three-day mountain bike ride with 16 "extraordinary" wounded veterans to honor their service and celebrate their recoveries.
A North Carolina native who once served as controller of the United States has been named to a similar job in state government.
Compared with President George W. Bush, President Obama has rarely visited Camp David, the sprawling, secluded retreat in northern Maryland that has become a regular getaway spot for presidents over the past 70 years.