Behind Laura Bush's Car Crash
The former first lady's memoir is hitting bookstores. Ann Louise Bardach talked to her old neighbors about 17-year-old Laura’s grief-stricken seclusion and the breach with the family who lost a son.
George and Barbara Bush celebrate 69th wedding anniversary
The occasion was celebrated in a low-key manner at their Houston home, as Mrs Bush, 88, has just been discharged from hospital after suffering pneumonia.
Barbara Pierce Bush (1925-2018) - Find A Grave...
First Lady of the United States. Born Barbara Pierce, the third of four children of Pauline Robinson and Marvin Pierce, a publisher, in New York City. She attended the prestigious Ashley Hall boarding school in Charleston, South Carolina and while at home for Christmas vacation in 1941 met George Bush at a dance at...
What a treat: President Bush spends Halloween with granddaughter Mila
It looks like President George W. Bush got the best treat on Halloween — spending time with granddaughter Mila.TODAY correspondent Jenna Bush Hager shared the adorable photos of her daughter, dressed as an astronaut, with grandpa and grandma in tow.From the look of the pictures, Jenna made good on a plan she alluded to on TODAY Monday. When asked by Hoda if her father, President George W. Bush,
George Herbert Walker Bush (1924-2018) - Find A...
41st United States President. Born in Milton, Massachusettes, the son of Dorothy Walker and Prescott Sheldon Bush, an investment banker and U.S. Senator for Connecticut. After graduation from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, he joined the Naval Reserve the day after his 18th birthday, and was commissioned as...
'I was combing her hair... and I saw her spirit go': Barbara Bush's heartache at losing her three-year-old daughter to leukemia
In an interview with her granddaughter Jenna Bush Hager, the 87-year-old reveals the loss she and former President George H. W. Bush experienced after their daughter, Robin, was given just two weeks to live.
George H.W. Bush's casket arrives at his final resting place
George H.W. Bush's casket will travel by train from Houston to Texas A&M, passing through five small towns on Thursday, marking the 41st president's final journey to his resting place.