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  • Betty Ford: the first lady who saved lives

     
    Betty Ford struggled, overcame and inspired. In "The Times of My Life," Ford wrote: "I was no different once I became first lady than I had been before. But through an accident of history, I had become interesting to people." She was one of the best...
  • Candyality: a place where dreams come true

     
    Former president Ronald Reagan and I had a lot in common. We both love(d) Jelly Belly’s and we both got to second base with Nancy Reagan. Let’s focus on the jelly beans thing for now. In honor of the only Republican president I’ve ever...
  • Rosalynn Carter, others pay tribute to Betty Ford

     
    Describing her close friend as a compassionate and tireless advocate for those struggling with alcohol and drug addictions, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter said Tuesday that Betty Ford was “someone who was willing to do things a bit differently...
  • Michelle Obama, George W. Bush at Betty Ford memorial

     
    First Lady Michelle Obama and former President George W. Bush are among several dignitaries in attendance at a memorial service in Palm Desert on Tuesday for former First Lady Betty Ford. Bush escorted former First Lady Nancy Reagan down the......
  • Miniseries on Kennedys overcame long odds to score big in Emmy nominations

     
    After being discarded like yesterday's trash by the History Channel and avoided like the plague by other networks, the controversial miniseries "The Kennedys" got some vindication Thursday in the form of 10 Emmy nominations. "The Kennedys," which ended up...
  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Wear Red Day aims for the heart, Barbie heads for a museum and Kenneth Cole makes a Twitter faux pas

     
    Are you wearing red? You should be: Feb. 4 is National Wear Red Day, to raise awareness about heart disease in women. Even though heart disease is the number one killer of women, many women -- and even doctors --......
  • As we celebrate Ronald Reagan's centennial, a look back at his first lady's style

     
    When First Lady Michelle Obama drew some flak for choosing a gown from British design house Alexander McQueen instead of one from an American designer for a state dinner recently, it reminded me of how a first lady's wardrobe choices......
  • Ronald Reagan's centennial, Part II: An All-American American

     
    Guest columnist Robert Schmuhl of the University of Notre Dame analyzes the 40th president's political role in modern U.S. history....
  • Before and after: Hotel Bel-Air garden renovation

     
    Hotel Bel-Air: Landscape designer Jon Goldstein renovates 12 acres at the Hotel Bel-Air and tries to preserve the legacy of the iconic property's historic gardens....
  • Ronald Reagan: See several for the Gipper

     
    Television is marking the centennial of former President Ronald Reagan with several major programs. Take note of:...
  • Congress versus Planned Parenthood: Game on?

     
    To tweak a line of President Ronald Reagan's, "There they go again." The Republican-controlled House of Representatives has voted to eliminate $317 million in federal funding for Planned Parenthood, not a nickel of which can or is spent on abortions,........
  • March 3, 2011 buzz: Rolling in the dough

     
    Most viewed and shared on Facebook: Get a grip, people. Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign isn't part of a socialist plot to control what Americans eat. In A feeding frenzy, Meghan Daum writes: What's going on here (besides the last......