Jimmy Carter, Bono and Nile Rodgers made for a surprising trio of revelers at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom last Friday night. On the red carpet before Rodgers's April 29 charity fundraiser, the three men mugged for the cameras as if they were BFFs. Show More Summary
President Jimmy Carter is speaking out, having recovered from cancer thanks to the new drug Keytruda, he is feeling pretty good for a 91-year-old. Carter always enjoys the opportunity to guide the nation just a bit more in his books and in a multitude of interviews over the years. Show More Summary
It was almost enough but not quite to elicit a twinge of sympathy for the 39th president of the United States. In addition to his HBO show that airs Friday nights, comic Bill Maher posts on "Overtime" segment on YouTube that's often worth checking out, as was the case this weekend.
Senator Edward M. Kennedy went to Grand Central Terminal on March 26, 1980, to thank New Yorkers for his upset victory over President Jimmy Carter in the Democratic presidential primary the day before.
Aaron Hill, Chris Carter and Domingo Santana each hit home runs to help Jimmy Nelson and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 10-5 on Wednesday night.
When I was my son's age, it barely registered that Jimmy Carter had been elected. However, even a middle-schooler can't miss what's going with this year's election. I attempted to put the oddities around the election into perspective for him. For example, economic distress can create a strong response -- [...]
Longer term data extends the good news about the immunotherapy drug that stopped Jimmy Carter’s cancer
New York hasn’t had a Democratic primary this interesting since 1980, when Ted Kennedy scored a late upset on his way to eventually losing the nomination to incumbent Jimmy Carter. The Carter people were furious at Kennedy’s challenge and what they viewed as his petty ungraciousness that summer at the Democratic national convention, also held […]
President Jimmy Carter, the elder statesman of the United States, still has a lot to say about politics as well as injustice. Carter states plainly that the American people have been cheated, and deprived of an opportunity to improve their lot in life. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) It was a popular legend back in 1976 that Chevy Chase’s relentless mocking of Gerald Ford on Saturday Night Live helped cost him the election against Jimmy Carter. I doubt this is true; more likely a typical Hollywood/pop culture self-flattery along the lines of “Woodstock ended the Vietnam War” or something. Show More Summary
With the enormous exception of N.W.A, this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony was all about honoring guitar groups that reached the zenith of their fame around the time of Jimmy Carter’s inauguration. Chicago, Cheap Trick, the Steve Miller Band and Deep Purple have all been off the...
"... a strategy Ted Kennedy unsuccessfully pursued against Jimmy Carter in 1980," observes Nate Silver.Although I’d place fairly long odds against this thermonuclear tactic, there’s also the possibility of piecemeal skirmishes for delegates. Show More Summary
Jimmy Carter: Hufstedler Was 'Invaluable,' a Trailblazer | @RealClearEducation https://t.co/2mwK3sWoUb @emmelinez pic.twitter.com/mhxpmfNmEO — alexanderrusso (@alexanderrusso) March 31, 2016
What do Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, and Jimmy Carter all have in common? They're all giving a face to a new type of cancer treatment that uses the immune system to fight tumor cells, called immunotherapy. And on Tuesday, billionaire...Show More Summary
A future in which we treat tumors by corralling the immune system to attack them is here. But although this type of treatment has seen major success in cases like with former President Jimmy Carter, who announced he was cancer-free in...Show More Summary
Former New York City mayor motivated by "enormous potential" of immunotherapy to defeat cancer.
There’s been plenty of debate about the direction in which the Democratic Party has been moving. Some have accused of it having shifted to the right. To those critics, I ask: since when? Since it nominated Jimmy Carter—who shot downShow More Summary
(Steven Hayward) If you cast your mind back to 1979 or so, one of the signs that Jimmy Carter was washed up was a long cover story in The Atlantic by James Fallows, who had been one of Carter’s speechwriters, called “The PassionlessShow More Summary
Policies setting prices for renewable power are duplicating Jimmy Carter's disastrous attempt to set correct prices for natural gas in the U.S.
Ronald Reagan’s mansion has been listed for sale for $33 million. The California estate is where Reagan learned he was going to become president after getting a concession phone call from Jimmy Carter. A plaque hangs on the mall to note the exact spot Reagan stood when he got the much anticipated good news. Show More Summary