Jimmy Carter: Hillary Never Spoke to White, Working People
As the Democratic Party continues to grapple with the inescapable reality of crushing 2016 electoral defeats, former President Jimmy Carter has one request
Jimmy Carter says he’ll attend Donald Trump’s inauguration
He’s one of the country’s best-known Democrats, but that won’t stop Jimmy Carter f...
How did “Taps” originate?
The origins of “Taps,” the distinctive bugle melody played at U.S. military funerals and memorials and as a lights-out signal to soldiers at night, date back to the American Civil War.
The former president announced he is free from cancer, but what does that mean?
Former President Jimmy Carter announced that he is “cancer-free” after undergoing treatment for melanoma, which spread to his liver and his brain. He will continue taking his regular 3-week immunother...
Jimmy Carter: Cancer is gone, former president announces
Former President Jimmy Carter said Sunday his cancer is gone. Carter said in a statement that his most recent MRI brain scan did not reveal any signs of the original cancer spots or any new ones and ...
Jimmy Carter, former US president, reveals he has cancer
Former US President Jimmy Carter says recent liver surgery revealed that he has cancer and it has spread to other parts of his body.
Jimmy Carter: Hillary Never Spoke to White, Working People
As the Democratic Party continues to grapple with the inescapable reality of crushing 2016 electoral defeats, former President Jimmy Carter has one request
How did “Taps” originate?
The origins of “Taps,” the distinctive bugle melody played at U.S. military funerals and memorials and as a lights-out signal to soldiers at night, date back to the American Civil War.
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