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Barbara Bush, matriarch in a political dynasty, dies at 92

Barbard Bush watched as her husband, President George H.W. Bush, congratulated their son, George W. Bush, when he was inaugurated as Texas governor in 1999.

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Mrs. Bush was the first woman since Abigail Adams to be the wife of one president and mother of another.

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James Pantages for decades stuffed cheap pieces into his home. Now, an appraiser says, “we could be looking at a $1 million collection.”

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Members of Troop F get $40 each time they drive their own car to work, which heavily contributed to more than $3.4 million in additional payouts over four years.

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A November ballot question is expected to be the first statewide referendum on transgender rights.

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Gina Haspel, the deputy director of the CIA, played a key role in a controversial interrogation program after 9/11.