The George Bush I knew

  George Herbert Walker Bush, whose careful custodianship of the unraveling of the old Soviet Union shaped a safer world for hundreds of millions, was mourned by a grateful nation Wednesday in a state funeral that brought together Republicans and Democrats in an...

The Barbara Bush I knew

  More than 1,500 mourners filled the pews at Houston’s St. Martin’s Episcopal Church on Saturday to celebrate the life of Barbara Bush as the former first lady was laid to rest. Like so many whose lives were shaped by her fiery spirit or her work in literacy,...

A Dentons’ Analysis of the Atlanta Mayoral Race

  It’s been half a century since Atlanta, the birthplace of the American civil rights movement, last elected a white mayor. But the trend, threatened by a dramatic reshuffling of local demographics amid a surge of younger, white voters to the capital city’s urban...

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