President Jimmy Carter, looking like he knows his balloons aren't coming. (Screenshot: Youtube) The final night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention was rife with star turns—Khizr Khan's stirring speech about his son's military...Show More Summary
The last convention Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas covered was the nomination of Jimmy Carter in 1976 at Madison Square Garden. “My mission there was to find women in the convention hall,” she said. At the time there were only 19 women in Congress, none of whom were in the Senate. Show More Summary
Just ask Jimmy Carter — or John McCain.
Authored by David Lightman, originally posted Op-Ed via McClatchyDC.com, America’s about to endure the closest, nastiest, most unpredictable presidential election in more than three decades. Not since Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan ran...Show More Summary
Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? Find out here how to register or check your status. On July 15, 1976, Jimmy Carter accepted the presidential nomination of Democratic Party in New York City. Here are some excerpts: Our party has not been perfect. Show More Summary
The US homeownership rate keeps falling like a deranged energizer bunny. The post US Homeownership Rate Falls To Lowest Level Since President Jimmy Carter was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
A powerful story from the former president. Hillary Clinton has had a long history of breaking various glass ceilings. Clinton was the first female senator from New York (2000) and is now the first female presidential nominee of a major political party. Show More Summary
The former president pointed out that Hillary Clinton broke another glass ceiling 40 years ago. Hillary Clinton has had a long history of breaking various glass ceilings. Clinton was the first female senator from New York (2000) and is now the official first female presidential nominee of a major political party. Show More Summary
Inaugural Lui Che Woo Prize winners prove commitment to independence, doing good globally.
Former President Jimmy Carter suggested during a video address to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday that Donald Trump "seems to violate" the "most important moral and ethical principles" the nation was built...Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter appeared via video Tuesday at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, offering his endorsement of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and encouraging young people to vote. He also threw a little shade at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Thank you, President Carter. Show More Summary
Meryl Streep, America Ferrara, Jimmy Carter, Nancy Pelosi and many more.
24: Legacy won’t be on until midseason, but the cast and creators came to Comic-Con to get the fans excited early. Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton) plays the new hero Eric Carter, joined by Miranda Otto and Jimmy Smits in the cast. Show More Summary
Updates on California politics: President Obama, Vice President Biden endorse Kamala Harris for U.S. Senate July 21, 2016, 2:04 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Opponents of gun violence laws signed earlier...
MICHAEL BARONE: a quick historical look at opposing your own party’s candidate. He reminds everyone that Jimmy Carter was once a segregationist. The Democratic Party was the party of slavery and segregation.
When Ted Cruz refused to endorse Donald Trump in his Republican National Convention speech, he channeled his ideological opponent, Ted Kennedy, whose bitter primary fight with Jimmy Carter made him dodge the opportunity to raise hands with his opponent. Show More Summary
A COLD WAR MYSTERY SOLVED: Why Did Jimmy Carter Save The Space Shuttle?
This was a meeting of some awesome minds. Cancer survivor Carter Beckhard-Suozzi’s dreams came true earlier this week when he met former President Jimmy Carter, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The meeting took place at the Carter...Show More Summary
ATLANTA (AP) — A spokeswoman for former president Jimmy Carter says he won't attend the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. In March, he announced that recent scans showed no signs of cancer and he no longer needed to receive doses of an immune-boosting drug.
Ars solves the mystery by going directly to a primary source—the president himself.