The couple wed in a lavish ceremony at Ralph Lauren's Colorado ranch
The first woman to run for Vice-President of the United States was 75
Politics is serious business -- but not all the time.
"Everyone should have the right to marry the person they love," says the former first daughter
Jeb Bush would make a good president, but the former Florida governor has no intention of running for the Oval Office in 2012, according to his father, former President George H.W. Bush.
George H.W. Bush tell's CNN's Larry King the speculative stories that he had a clash with George W. made him upset.
The former first lady gets in a dig on the ex-Alaskan governor in a Larry King interview
The former president is "disappointed it hasn't happened yet"
Jenna and Barbara Bush attend a masquerade ball to celebrate Halloween with UNICEF
The $3,500 bikes were reported missing after officers responded to a burglar alarm
The twins do catch up - and Barbara gets her TV fix - during sleepovers at Jenna's hotel
Laura Bush's new book discusses everything from politics to the fear that she and her husband were poisoned.
Laura Bush is suggesting she, her husband and several aides were poisoned during a 2007 visit to Germany for the G8 summit, one of several new details in the former first lady's forthcoming memoir, "Spoken From the Heart."
Former first lady Barbara Bush was admitted Saturday to a hospital in Texas for routine tests, a spokeswoman said.
The rumors of impending nuptials are not true, a family source tells PEOPLE
The surgeon who performed heart surgery Wednesday on former first lady Barbara Bush said Thursday that she is recovering well from the 2 1/2-hour surgery in which her aortic valve was replaced with a pig valve.
The former first lady undergoes an operation to replace her aortic valve
Former first lady Barbara Bush underwent heart surgery Wednesday at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas, a hospital spokeswoman told CNN.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has information on former first lady Barbara Bush's open heart surgery.
Jenna and Barbara Bush know a lot about growing up in the White House.
"Enjoy your childhood in such a magical place," the former first daughters write
Former first lady Barbara Bush was moved out of the intensive care unit of a Houston, Texas, hospital into a regular room Thursday after surgery to repair and seal a perforated ulcer, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Former first lady Barbara Bush was doing well Wednesday following her surgery late Tuesday night to repair and seal a perforated ulcer, according to the surgeon who performed the operation.
The 83-year-old was admitted for testing after days of stomach pain
Former first lady Barbara Bush will spend the night in a Houston, Texas, hospital Tuesday night after falling ill, according to a family spokeswoman.
A few weeks into Barack Obama's victory lap, Michelle Obama's already under the microscope. And I'm part of the dissecting team.
Barack Obama's two daughters had another reason to high-five their dad's election to the presidency Tuesday night: they're getting a puppy.
The British comic – and host of MTV's awards show – anticipates "music and mayhem"
President Bush says he feels 'mighty blessed' after the wedding of his daughter Jenna. CNN's Elaine Quijano reports.
Against the backdrop of a stunning Texas sunset, near a lake on the Bush family's 1,600-acre ranch, President Bush walked his daughter, Jenna, down the aisle to her groom, the White House said.
First daughter Jenna Bush and Henry Hager, the son of a well-connected Virginia Republican, said "I do" Saturday on President Bush's 1,600-acre ranch near Crawford, Texas.
The first lady is joined by her daughters as she co-hosts Tuesday's Today show
Ah, the hard-up life of an author.
First daughter Barbara Bush's purse was stolen while she was in Argentina with her twin sister, Jenna, a law enforcement source who was briefed on the incident said Tuesday.
How do you market an author in an age when it's hard enough to get people to turn on the television? Let us count the ways.
The late Marjorie Williams was honest about others, and with herself.
The whole deal, as 42 might say, was 43's idea. Looking for a way to showcase the U.S. relief effort after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami last December, George W. Bush wondered if his two immediate predecessors in the White House might be willing to suit up and hit the road. He asked his chief of staff, "Do you think they'd work together?" The easy, reflex answer would have been no. George Herbert Walker Bush and William Jefferson Clinton came from different generations, from different social classes and from opposing political parties. Their 1992 face-off wasn't exactly tea and sympathy: Bush once called Clinton a "bozo," and Clinton usually referred to his rival as "Old Bush." The 10 years that followed weren't much better. The 1992 defeat hit Bush so hard that friends say he needed half a decade to get over it, and an aide recalls that some of Clinton's angriest private moments during his impeachment were rants directed not at independent counsel Ken Starr but at the Bush family's aura of privile
As evidenced by President Bush's speech Thursday, Hurricane Katrina already is dramatically changing U.S. politics.
Former Presidents Bush and Clinton have established a fund to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush would be "awfully good" in the job of president, but the timing isn't right, his father and former President George H.W. Bush told CNN Tuesday.
The White House theater was not built for stand-up comedy. But two Fridays ago, Laura Bush was definitely, as they say at the Friars Club, "in the house."
Behind the scenes, first lady Laura Bush is making big changes for the next four years.
President Bush expressed his gratitude to U.S. armed forces Tuesday for their efforts in defending the nation and carrying out his policies abroad.
Before leaving Sunday on a U.S. mission to tsunami-ravaged southern Asia, Secretary of State Colin Powell sharply rebutted criticism that the initial U.S. response to the disaster was slow and inadequate.
Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, daughter of President John F. Kennedy joined Sen. John Kerry at a campaign rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Friday, the latest high-profile woman to stump with the Democratic candidate.
Speaking at a dinner event Thursday night, former President Bush joked that Barbara Bush is getting "steamed up" by the constant political attacks on her son.
Election Day is still more than two weeks away, but balloting has already begun is some states, drawing some very familiar faces to the polls.
It's way early, but our educated gut tells us the zingers emerging from the Melee in Miami on Thursday will sound something like this:
Arnold, the Bush sisters, voting machines, Kerry Campaign shakeup rumors, criticism of RNC bloggers, and censorship of Supreme Court decisions were on the minds of bloggers as the second day of the Republican National Convention wrapped up.
Check out the links below to hot political stories around the country this morning.
First twins Barbara and Jenna Bush, the president's 22-year-old daughters, made a Hollywood-style arrival Sunday at "R: The Party," the Republican convention's first big celebrity bash.
Reaching out to young Americans at MTV's Video Music Awards Sunday night, the daughters of President Bush and his Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry were met by loud cheers and jeers.
Speaking in Ohio before the same veterans group President Bush addressed Monday, John Kerry today will say that Bush's call to redeploy as many as 70,000 troops could hurt U.S. relations with key allies in the war on terror.
We get our first glimpse this morning of the nine-minute biopic they'll formally unveil before John Kerry speaks tonight, yet another scripted image that Camp Kerry doles out to news-starved networks looking for love.
Former President George H.W. Bush celebrated his 80th birthday Sunday by parachuting twice onto the grounds of his presidential library.
Crass, Washington-style politicking will be on hold just one day more as Americans observe a National Day of Mourning today in honor of former president Ronald Reagan. Fans of crass, Washington-style politicking will be fully reimbursed starting next week.
Former President George H.W. Bush is the only person on this planet who can casually prowl by jet, ship and train the upper reaches of power from London to Beijing, dine intimately with heads of state, call the President of the U.S. when he wants, e-mail any of 14 grandchildren about school and baseball ("Astros might go to the World Series"), talk details with a handyman making repairs on the house that has been his spiritual home for eight decades, track menacing chipmunks in the flower beds and then turn and embrace a visiting billionaire.
President Bush on Friday blended campaigning and campus tradition, delivering the commencement address to the 2004 graduating class of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge before flying on to New Orleans to for a "Victory 2004" Republican National Committee fund-raiser.
President Bush and first lady Laura Bush will not attend the graduation ceremonies of their twin daughters later this month in order to avoid disruptions for families of the other graduates, the White House announced Thursday.
Sen. John Kerry would like to take a minute Monday and for the foreseeable future to introduce himself to an increasingly larger number of Americans who not coincidentally live in the states that could make or break his bid for the White House.
President Bush was feeling back in the game as Air Force One headed to Cleveland last week.
Spot, an English springer spaniel with a White House pedigree who spent nearly 15 years with President Bush and his family, has died, the White House announced Saturday.
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The dusty West Texas village of Socorro--home to Democrats and Mexican Americans--should be enemy territory for a blue-blooded Republican like George W. Bush. But the Texas governor mixes easily wi...
You might figure that George and Barbara Bush have three reasons to join in the rising anger over state and local taxes -- the properties they maintain in the three places shown above. But the Firs...
You could call it the supreme irony of life in these United States, circa 1991-92: Congress fiddles with middle-class tax breaks while that beleaguered class burns over state and local tax hikes. I...
''Have a Barbara Bush leg,'' pressed my Moscow dinner party hostess, whose husband is a comfortably-off construction worker. It turned out to be a regular baked chicken leg, though noticeably meati...
PICTURE A DOZEN crystal champagne glasses, arranged atop one another in a precarious pyramid. A cascade of bubbly, poured by an unseen hand, fills them to the rim. Accompanied by lounge music and t...
Smarter and slicker, the new fliptop and notebook computers are also more affordable. This year, worldwide sales are expected to hit 3 million, up 38% since 1989, says Dataquest, a Silicon Valley r...
NOTHING tests a President like a world crisis. The one Saddam Hussein handed George Bush in early August had just about everything: blatant aggression, horrendous economic ramifications, and no eas...
The biggest story out of commencementland this year was the chilly reception given by Wellesley graduates to Barbara Bush, petitioned against by maybe one- quarter of the graduating class because s...
Next time you see a TV news anchor nodding wisely at what a chief executive or somebody else important or famous has to say, remember that the newscast footage, prepackaged as video news releases (...
-- BARBARA BUSH, 63, on her role as a fashion trendsetter: ''My mail tells me that a lot of fat, white-haired, wrinkled ladies are tickled pink.''
WHAT'S HOT Teal-green ties; purple anything, period An extra six pounds Three-legged stools Oat bran everything (but beans are gaining) Narcissism Taxis Portugal The 1960s Garter belts Calvin Klein...
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