Former President George H.W. Bush
Former President George H.W. Bush's is no longer in intensive care, CNN reports.
"President Bush's condition has improved, so he has been moved today from the intensive care unit to a regular patient room at The Methodist Hospital to continue his recovery," family spokesman Jim McGrath said on Saturday.
George H. W. Bush
Former President George H.W. Bush has been moved to the intensive care unit at a Houston hospital after suffering "a series of setbacks," including an ongoing fever, The Associated Press reports.
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Bush's spokesman, Jim McGrath, told the AP in an email Wednesday that Bush, 88, had been...
Lauren Bush and David Lauren
Lauren Bush, the niece of former President George W. Bush, married David Lauren, the son of fashion designer Ralph Lauren, Sunday in Colorado, The New York Post reports.
Bush, 27, and Lauren, 39, tied the knot at...
Conan O'Brien addressed Dartmouth's 2011 graduating class in typical self-deprecating fashion. For proof, look no further than his opening statement, which refers to President George H.W. Bush, who was there to receive an honorary degree:
"Before I begin, I must point out that behind me sits a highly admired president of the United States and decorated war hero, while I, a cable television talk show host, has been chosen to stand here and impart wisdom. I pray I never witness a more damning example of what is wrong with America today"...
Geraldine A. Ferraro, who was the first female vice presidential candidate on a national ticket, died on Saturday, according to CNN. She was 75.
Ferraro died at Massachusetts General Hospital of complications from...
HBO is developing a miniseries about former Vice President Dick Cheney, Deadline reports.
The project will be based on both the novel Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency and the...
George H.W. Bush, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter
All four living former U.S. presidents will come together for NBC's special All Together Now: A Celebration of Service, the network announced Thursday.
George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush will honor the importance of American service and volunteerism. It will also include...
John Kerry and George Bush courtesy NBC
Who ever thought the presidential primary debates would be one of the biggest TV attractions of the year? Cable news channels have reaped record ratings and even the broadcast networks have been vying for the events because of viewer interest. It should only grow more intense when the two nominees meet in the fall. The debates are already scheduled for Sept. 26, Oct. 7 and Oct. 15. But getting the candidates to participate has never been easy according to a new book Inside the Presidential Debates ( shop Amazon.com) by Craig L. Lamay and Newton N. Minow, a former FCC commissioner and vice chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which has organized the face-offs in every election year since 1976. The Biz talked to the authors about what makes the debates so great.