George W Bush takes ice bucket challenge, dares Bill Clinton

Former president George W. Bush took the so-called Ice Bucket Challenge in support of Lou Gehrig`s disease research Wednesday, and challenged his Democratic predecessor Bill Clinton to do the same.

Mentally ill American sentenced for threatening Bush

A bipolar house painter arrested with a loaded rifle was sentenced to one year supervised release in New York today for threatening to kill former president George W Bush.

Britain`s Iraq inquiry to see parts of Blair-Bush letters

The British government agreed on Thursday to give extracts of letters from Tony Blair to George W Bush to an inquiry into the Iraq war, overcoming the main hurdle to publication of the long-awaited report.

I hope Jeb runs: George W Bush on younger brother

If it were up to former US president George W Bush, a third member of the Republican family dynasty -- his younger brother Jeb -- would run for the White House.

Al Feldstein, who headed Mad magazine, dies

Al Feldstein, whose 28 years at the helm of Mad magazine transformed the satirical publication into a US pop culture institution, has died. He was 88.

George W Bush`s paintings set for public exhibit

Former US president George W Bush will offer the world a window into his private life when a collection of his paintings goes on exhibit in April.

I have a duty to war vets, says George W Bush

Former US president George W Bush, who sent troops to Iraq and Afghanistan, says he has "a duty" to thousands of American war veterans.

Bill Clinton taunts George W Bush for not using Twitter

Bill Clinton has poked fun at George W. Bush for not having a Twitter handle in his latest tweet.

Man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill George Bush

A man with a loaded rifle, a machete and gasoline has been arrested here after he threatened to kill former US President George W Bush so that he could get into "a relationship" with his daughter Barbara.

Former first lady Barbara Bush leaves hospital

Bush was first lady from 1989 to 1993. She is also the mother of former president George W Bush, who was in the White House between 2001 and 2009.

Ex-US first lady remains hospitalised

Former US first lady Barbara Bush remains hospitalised in the Houston city of the US for treatment of a respiratory-related ailment Thursday, a family spokesperson said.

George W Bush gifts a pair of socks to Barack Obama

The 41st president had donned red and white striped socks for the event.

US kinder and gentler nation because of Bush senior: Obama

United States is a "kinder and gentler nation" because of the former President, George HW Bush, the current occupant to the post Barack Obama has said.

Obama, Bush to meet in Tanzania on Tuesday

President Barack Obama says his appearance in Africa on Tuesday with former President George W Bush will give him a chance to thank Bush.

FAA to probe emergency landing of plane carrying George W Bush

US aviation authority will probe the emergency landing of a private jet carrying former President George W Bush, after the pilot reported smelling smoke in the cockpit.

US not to rush to war in Syria: White House

The US will not rush to war in Syria as it did in the past in the region, White House chief of staff Denis McDonough said on Sunday.

History will judge my actions: George Bush

Former US President George W Bush has said that he does not feel the need to justify himself as history will judge his actions.

Hacked photos of Bush family goes online

A hacker broke into the Bush family email accounts and accessed all their private family photographs along with their private emails.

Both Bush to miss Obama inauguration

Former US president George W. Bush will skip Barack Obama`s inauguration Monday citing health problems of his father, ex-president George W Bush.

Post Obama victory, Hillary Clinton to make way for Susan Rice

Despite Barack Obama winning a second term as President of the US, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is all set to quit and make way for Susan Rice, the present US ambassador to the United Nations.