http://www.washingtonpost.com/busin...be4f12-5283-11e2-abc4-3d33329b6128_story.html BERLIN â€” Germanyâ€™s respected news weekly Der Spiegel mistakenly published an obituary Sunday for former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, hours after a family spokesman said the 88-year-old was recovering from illness. Bush was hospitalized in Houston Nov. 23 for treatment of a bronchitis-related cough and moved to intensive care on Dec. 23 after he developed a fever. On Saturday, spokesman Jim McGrath said Bush was moved out of intensive care into a regular hospital room again after his condition improved. 0 Comments Weigh InCorrections? Personal Post Gallery Top search terms of 2012 Google, Yahoo and Bing released their list of top search terms for 2012. Hereâ€™s a recap of the year as seen through queries. Read: A year in search Read: Google, Facebook release year-end lists More news from Post Technology More business news If Congress doesnâ€™t avoid â€˜dairy cliff,â€™ milk prices could double Jia Lynn Yang DEC 27 If lawmakers miss Jan. 1 deadline to pass the farm bill, the countryâ€™s policy reverts to laws from 1949. There won't be a coastwide port strike, after all The Wonkblog Team DEC 27 We asked all our favorite wonks economists, political scientists, and more for the chart that encapsulated 2012 to them. Here's what they sent us. The unfinished obituary appeared on Der Spiegelâ€™s website for only a few minutes Sunday before it was spotted by Internet users and removed. In it, the magazineâ€™s New York correspondent described Bush as â€œa colorless politicianâ€ whose image only improved when it was compared to the later presidency of his son, George W. Bush. â€œAll newsrooms prepare obituaries for selected figures,â€ the magazine said on its Twitter feed. â€œThe fact that the one for Bush senior went live was a technical mistake. Sorry!â€ Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.