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Ethiopia's Tedros to be next leader of UN health agency
Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a former health minister, will become the next director-general of the World Health Organization
Nancy Reagan Laid to Rest Beside Her Late Husband
Former first Lady Nancy Reagan was laid to rest today beside her beloved husband "Ronnie" during a funeral service where friends and family recalled her the deep love that she and the former president shared. The front row was filled with famed politicians, including four of the five living first
Nancy Reagan's Funeral
The former first lady was laid to rest alongside her husband, President Ronald Reagan.
Barbara Walters Remembers Former First Lady Nancy Reagan
Nancy Reagan was one of the most high-profile and influential first ladies in history, championing causes and defending her husband, President Ronald Reagan, in public and behind the scenes.
Former President Jimmy Carter on the 2016 Presidential Race, Confronting Cancer and Staying Busy
On the eve of 39th anniversary of the election that swept him into the White House, former president Jimmy Carter weighed in on this year’s presidential campaign and the growing popularity of political outsider candidates like Donald Trump . “I had nine very competent people running against me
Book Excerpt: 'The Residence' by Kate Andersen Brower
Excerpted from THE RESIDENCE by Kate Andersen Brower by arrangement with Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers Copyright © Kate Andersen Brower 2015 Introduction Living in the White House is like being on the stage, where tragedies and comedies play alternately. And we, the servants of the
Obama Tells Wounded Warriors They Are 'Inspiration'
President Obama welcomed Wounded Warriors on their Ride to the White House today calling the participants “an incredible inspiration to me and to our country.” “Biking nearly 60 miles in three days would be a challenge for anybody, but for all of you, this is...
White House Honors Hidden Heroes
Last week we reported on those caring for America's wounded warriors the ones heading home from Iraq and Afghanistan well today at the White House First Lady Michelle Obama. Doctor Jill Biden former senator Elizabeth Dole and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter linked arms. To highlight new
Obama, Biden, Carter, Dole Team Up for Wounded Warriors
Caregivers of veterans and active servicemembers will receive some peer support thanks to new programs announced today by first lady Michelle Obama along with Dr. Jill Biden, former Sen. Elizabeth Dole, and former first lady Rosalynn Carter. “It’s going to take all of us working...
Michelle Obama Turns 50, Flashes AARP Card
The first lady celebrates her milestone birthday with many accomplishments under her belt.