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In other news: Clinton co-hosts tribute to George H. W. Bush; Lindsay Lohan rejects plea deal

Old pals: Clinton and Bush at the 2008 Clinton Global Initiative in New York. (Jason DeCrow/AP)
Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter are teaming up for a glitzy tribute to George H. W. Bush March 21 at the Kennedy Center. The show, produced by George Stevens, will benefit Bush’s “Points of Light” Institute; entertainers scheduled to perform include Garth Brooks, Sheryl Crow, Reba McEntire, Brad Paisley, Kid Rock, and Carrie Underwood. President Obama, already committed to a trip in Latin America, will miss the show but send a video.

UPDATE 3/22: Ex-presidents honor Bush 41

Lindsay Lohan was back in court Thursday, where she arrived late and rejected a plea deal that includes jail time in the stolen necklace case. The judge extended the deadline until March 25 — you know, in case she changes her mind — when the case could go to trial.


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