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Latest Laura Bush Items
Former first lady Laura Bush on Wednesday announced the authors set to attend next month's Texas Book Festival, a lineup that will include Junot Diaz, Tim O'Brien and Jewel.
Women's issues, ranging from fighting off opportunistic cancers among HIV-infected women to addressing the rights of prostitutes, dominated AIDS 2012 on Thursday.
The toxic press continues to dwell on sexual-harassment charges against presidential hopeful Herman Cain, to the point that one CBS story erroneously reported he had been accused of "sexual assault," says Matthew Balan, an analyst with the watchdog site Newsbusters.
Former President George W. Bush's decision not to appear at ground zero with President Barack Obama after the death of Osama bin Laden is consistent with his desire to keep a low public profile, former first lady Laura Bush said Thursday.
An Afghan teenager who said her nose was cut off by her husband to punish her for running away has stepped out in public for the first time with a temporary prosthetic.
In a bipartisan show of support involving the first lady and her predecessor, Michelle Obama will join former first lady Laura Bush in ceremonies marking the ninth anniversary of the United Flight 93 crash in Pennsylvania during the Sept. 11 attacks.
WACO, Texas (AP) — President Bush spent months joking about being the father of the bride, but yesterday he was downright wistful about giving his daughter Jenna away to her longtime beau.
President Bush yesterday hailed Martin Luther King as a "towering figure" and said the civil rights leader's dream of a more just and equal society can be achieved through ordinary people living lives of "kindness and compassion."