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Former President George H.W. Bush:

New York - President George W. Bush tells his father, former President George H.W. Bush, not to worry, reports TIME's Hugh Sidey. "It's my job to worry," Bush...

Bush Sends the Economy Back Into De-tax

One couldn't be certain until after his speech Tuesday afternoon, but no, it's clear that George W. Bush doesn't have a short-term economic stimulus plan. The...

Person of the Week: George W. Bush

George W. Bush could have just come out with a nice middle-of-the-road economic stimulus package. Some rebate checks here, some targeted tax breaks there; by...

Baseball Blunder Boils Bush's Blood

Many Americans were outraged at the decision by Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig to halt the All Star game in the 11th inning with the score tied...

Will Political Winds Sway Bush on Trade?

As a candidate, George W. Bush promised "to end tariffs and break down barriers everywhere, entirely, so the whole world trades in freedom." Now, political...

Bush and Jiang: Agreeable Disagreements

Big-power summits are never easy, but they can be even more difficult for the players when they involve no substantial negotiations. That's because every word...

Bush's Enron Problem

The fall of the house of Enron has reached the political phase. The Bush Administration, having run up against its first honor-and-dignity issue in the person...

TIME/CNN Poll: Americans Give Bush a Big Thumbs-Up

A little more than two weeks after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Americans are not just rallying around the flag — they’re...

Why Bush Bolstered Taiwan Stance

George W. Bush is a man of black and white working in a world of grays. He tends to think things are either good or bad—which he might say is...

Bush Takes a Friendly Flyer For Joint Chiefs Post

George W. Bush announced Friday his choice to succeed Gen. Hugh Shelton as the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Air Force Gen. Richard B. Myers, a man...

Bush's Judicial Picks Could Be a Battle Boyle

When he offered up 11 nominees to the federal bench last week, President George W. Bush urged Congress to confirm them swiftly and without rancor. That won't...

Why Europe May Stop Bush Selling Taiwan Subs

It's not easy to tell who emerged the winner in the United States decision this week to sell Taiwan another basketful of weapons. The shopping...

Budget Compromise Leans Bush's Way — For Now

In hindsight, it all makes perfect sense. George W. Bush has a campaign wish list, a solid House majority and a split-down-the-middle Senate. So he uses the...