He built an oil empire, revitalized the state’s Republican party, gave rise to a political dynasty, and forever changed the Lone Star State. Yet the question dogged him his entire life: Was he a real Texan or merely a Yankee transplant?
Six Texans (and honorary Texans) share memories of the man the public rarely saw.
Dallas billionaire Ross Perot often is miscast as a spoiler in the election that saw Bill Clinton replace George H.W Bush in the White House.
The 41st president's death comes less than eight months after that of his wife, Barbara.
She was only the second woman in U.S. history to have been married to one president and the mother of a second president.
James Baker says politics has changed since his White House days. For the worse.
In the campaign for governor, the Republican nominee is out to prove to voters—and himself—that he’s his own George Bush.
George H. W. Bush has given Texas the Republican convention—and little else.
For Sharon Bush, membership in the world's most powerful family had its privileges. But as she discovered after her husband of 23 years—the brother of one president and the son of another—ended their marriage via e-mail, it can be revoked without warning.
In a rare interview, George H.W. Bush—a.k.a. the Former Leader of the Free World—disses Newt and the Dixie Chicks, muses on the restorative powers of Maine, and (who'd have imagined?) has nice things to say about the current occupant of the Oval Office.
George H. W. Bush's commencement speech at Southern Methodist University was long on rhetoric and short on specifics.
George W. Bush wants to be governor of Texas. He says he’s not following in his father’s footsteps, but his name, his career, and his ideas about politics seem an awful lot like Dad’s.