Dallas Morning News
By Julie Fancher
Thursday, October 1, 2015

“It means everything,” said Bachelder of Fort Worth. “It’s everything I’ve been striving for since my injury. Through the support of my wife and family, everything I’ve [worked] for the last three years is winning this golf tournament.”

Fox 4 DFW
By Fox 4 DFW
Thursday, October 1, 2015

Retired Army Col. Miguel Howe, Director of the Military Service Initiative at the Bush Institute, joined Fox 4 Good Day to talk about the Warrior Open.

By Sebastian Robertson
Thursday, October 1, 2015

Veterans, pro golfers and a former president wrapped up a two-day golf tournament Wednesday in Irving. The fifth annual Warrior Open, hosted by the George W. Bush Presidential Center, hopes to help wounded servicemen heal through sport.

Dallas Morning News
By Julie Fancher
Monday, September 28, 2015

3 wounded veterans talk about the Bush Institute’s annual golf tournament, and what it’s meant to their recovery.

Dallas Morning News
By Julie Fancher
Tuesday, September 22, 2015

The George W. Bush Institute’s health initiative to fight cervical and breast cancer in Africa is becoming an independent nonprofit, the former president said Tuesday. The hope, he said, is that the change will allow Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon to spread across the globe.

San Antonio Express News
Wednesday, September 16, 2015

If the North American economy were a human body, it would be in intensive care for acute blockage of the arteries.

ABC News
By Anthony Castellano and Michael Rothman
Friday, September 11, 2015

ESPN Films’ "30 for 30," takes you inside the Yankees’ historic run and how important Bush’s ceremonial first pitch was to a hurting nation. 

Diplomatic Courier
By Ana C. Rold
Thursday, September 3, 2015

Editor-in-Chief Ana C. Rold, who served as a mentor during the inaugural class, caught up with former First Lady Laura Bush to discuss the Women's Initiative Fellowship's successes and future.

CBS 11 News
By J. D. Ryan
Tuesday, September 1, 2015

On September 11th this year ESPN films will broadcast a new film called “First Pitch“.  It’s about President George W. Bush’s first pitch at the World Series in New York after the September 11 attacks.

Dallas Morning News
By Julie Fancher
Monday, August 31, 2015

“It was so moving, so powerful, that it lifted our nation,” sportscaster Jim Gray said Sunday night. “What President Bush told us without uttering a single word, was that we could once again attempt to carry on our lives. ... What an amazing symbol it was.”