At the George W. Bush Presidential Center’s new holiday exhibit — “All Creatures Great and Small: Christmas at the White House 2002” — papier-mâché replicas of those and more than 20 other presidential pets from over the years help shed light on the Bush era.
Over the last decade a quiet revolution has been underway in Washington, D.C. The change began ten years ago this week with the launch of the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the U.S. corporation that has transformed the nation's foreign economic aid.
Laura Bush walked into a classroom at Wilkinson Middle School and sat down among the students. While students tittered nervously at her presence, the former teacher and librarian opened the book Pancakes for Breakfast and helped the kids come up with their own stories to match the book’s pictures.
Golf famously has been called a good walk spoiled. Wounded soldiers may not see it that way. After losing a limb or suffering a blow to the brain, golf can become a major part of their rehabilitation.