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He Was 87 and Missing in the Camp Fire. She Made It a Personal Mission to Find Him In The News
He Was 87 and Missing in the Camp Fire. She Made It a Personal Mission to Find Him

The missing person report filed with Red Cross a week and a half ago was sparse on details and heartbreaking: An 87-year-old man who lived alone had not been seen since the Camp fire tore through the city of Paradise... Read More

Short on Federal Funding, Health Insurance Enrollment Navigators Switch Tactics Health
Short on Federal Funding, Health Insurance Enrollment Navigators Switch Tactics

Enrollment is down sharply on the federal health insurance marketplace this fall, and the consumer groups that help with registrations think they know why. They don’t have the staff to help as many customers as before... Read More

Commentary: My Unforgettable Lunch With President Bush Opinions
Commentary: My Unforgettable Lunch With President Bush

President George H.W Bush didn’t like to be asked political questions during lunch, I and the five other journalists who would be seated at his table were warned by the White House staffer in charge of protocol. Read More

At 30,000 Feet, George H.W. Bush Confronted the Most Difficult Hours of His Vice Presidency Featured
At 30,000 Feet, George H.W. Bush Confronted the Most Difficult Hours of His Vice Presidency

President Ronald Reagan had indeed been shot outside the Washington Hilton Hotel, and far more seriously hurt than the public was told at the time. Wounded in the chest, Reagan was in shock and would lose more than half his ... Read More

Bush’s Footwear Made Big Imprint on Reporter Opinions
Bush’s Footwear Made Big Imprint on Reporter

President George H. W. Bush was on his way to the small, stone-walled church where he worshiped while at his Maine home each summer. But first, there was a piece of news that called for his response. Read More

Doyle McManus: George H.W. Bush and the Last Gasp of Moderation In The News
Doyle McManus: George H.W. Bush and the Last Gasp of Moderation

George H.W. Bush, who lived a long life of public service, embodied a lost virtue in American politics: the idea of restraint. Bush was a man of modest goals whose often-ridiculed lodestar was prudence, the determination not to make ... Read More

George H.W. Bush Remembered for Fiery Resignation from NRA In The News
George H.W. Bush Remembered for Fiery Resignation from NRA

The father of a student killed in the Parkland, Fla., high school mass shooting remembered late President George H.W. Bush for eviscerating the NRA in a fiery resignation letter from the pro-gun group. Read More

George H.W. Bush; 41st US President Who Saw the End of Cold War, Dies at 94 In The News
George H.W. Bush; 41st US President Who Saw the End of Cold War, Dies at 94

George Herbert Walker Bush, the linchpin of an American political dynasty and 41st president of the United States, who rode foreign policy triumphs to high popularity at the end of the Cold War only to suffer a revolt in his... Read More

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Selects Joaquin Castro as Next Chairman Congress
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Selects Joaquin Castro as Next Chairman

Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro was elected Friday as the next chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, which will begin the next Congress with its largest membership since the group’s founding. The CHC had 31 members this Congress and will grow ... Read More

Trump and Leaders of Mexico and Canada Sign New Trade Pact to Revise NAFTA, But Uncertainty Remains Trade
Trump and Leaders of Mexico and Canada Sign New Trade Pact to Revise NAFTA, But Uncertainty Remains

President Donald Trump and the leaders of Canada and Mexico signed a revision of the quarter-century-old North American Free Trade Agreement early Friday, but their ceremony did not disguise the tensions remaining or... Read More

1.4 Million Ex-Felons in Florida Are Getting Voting Rights Back. So What Comes Next? Voting
1.4 Million Ex-Felons in Florida Are Getting Voting Rights Back. So What Comes Next?

On Jan. 8, David Ayala and thousands of former felons will be able to walk into their county elections office and do something they had been banned by law from doing before — register to vote. “This moment is a lifetime... Read More

When Mexico’s New President Hits the Ground Running, He’ll Smack Into Trump Foreign Affairs
When Mexico’s New President Hits the Ground Running, He’ll Smack Into Trump

The honeymoon for incoming President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who will be sworn in Saturday, will be sweet and short, if it happens at all. Awaiting him are a host of urgent issues, from a growing number of Central... Read More

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