George W. Bush
Apr 26th - 7:25 pm
Paul Brown sat down with Reeve Hamilton from the Texas Tribune, Ryan Poppe from Texas Public Radio and Christy Hoppe from the Dallas Morning News to recap the weeks events in the Capitol, including the Lottery Commission and the Rainy Day Fund.
Helping Women Worldwide
Paul Brown spoke to Charity Wallace earlier this week at the Bush Library dedication.
Wallace serves as the director of the Women’s Initiative at the Bush Institute and was Chief of Staff for First Lady Laura Bush.
Apr 25th - 8:42 pm
The George W. Bush Presidential Center was officially dedicated Thursday morning on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Bush was joined by the other living presidents, along with a crowd of thousands, all there to pay tribute to the Bush years.
Inside the Museum
While the public won’t be able to see the inside of the library until next week, the Capital Tonight team was able to get an early look.
After the dedication ceremony, President Obama and the First Lady traveled to Waco, where thousands gathered to pay tribute to the first responders killed in the West fertilizer plant explosion.
Apr 25th - 9:12 am
Our Capital Tonight crew will be updating this slideshow from the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, throughout the day.
Apr 24th - 10:28 pm
The Capital Tonight crew got an early look at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, along with several people who worked with the president during his term.
In Wednesday night’s show, former Bush advisor Karen Hughes, Wayne Slater of The Dallas Morning News and others shared their impressions of the main exhibit.
While the museum’s main focus is on Bush’s time as president, his five years as Texas governor played a significant role in his political career. We spoke to two lawmakers who worked closely with him at the State Capitol: Sherri Greenberg and Kip Averitt. Click the logo below to see the full episode.
Apr 24th - 2:40 pm