- Carter, Dole wives aid White House troop effort Updated: Apr-11-14 2:22 pm
- Jeter to give talk at upstate NY college in Dec. Updated: Apr-11-14 7:20 am
- Young has 3 hits, 3 SBs, 4 runs, Mets beat Braves Updated: Apr-10-14 11:48 pm
- Obama marks 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Act Updated: Apr-10-14 7:41 pm
- Ethics talk heats up Georgia governor's race Updated: Apr-08-14 6:20 pm
- Cochran runs ads against 'powerful interests' Updated: Apr-07-14 6:31 pm
- LBJ summit celebrates law's 50th anniversary Updated: Apr-06-14 3:59 pm
- Ohio burial for ex-defense secretary Schlesinger Updated: Apr-04-14 9:55 pm
- New play 'Camp David' retraces 1978 peace accord Updated: Apr-04-14 3:44 pm
- Reports detail finances of Gov. Deal, opponents Updated: Apr-02-14 5:01 pm
- Former Defense Secretary James Schlesinger dies Updated: Mar-27-14 7:27 pm
- Divided federal appeals judges debate Obamacare Updated: Mar-25-14 4:31 pm
- Army head to decide rank of disgraced general Updated: Mar-25-14 4:29 pm
- Carter: Russian invasion of Crimea 'inevitable' Updated: Mar-25-14 6:53 am
- Ex-President Carter fears US monitoring Updated: Mar-24-14 6:01 pm
- Jimmy Carter in talks with Venezuela on disease Updated: Mar-24-14 3:45 pm
- Carter: Boycott of Israel "too much" Updated: Mar-24-14 2:47 pm
- Black newspaper dynasty gives way to new guard Updated: Mar-22-14 9:11 am
- Lawrence Walsh, Iran-Contra prosecutor, has died Updated: Mar-20-14 1:14 pm
- Ex-Democratic Chairman Robert Strauss dies at 95 Updated: Mar-19-14 10:49 pm
WASHINGTON - Showing that some issues can bridge the political divide, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden, joined by former first lady Rosalynn Carter and former Sen. Elizabeth Dole, offered new sources of much-needed support Friday for millions of people who care for wounded service members and veterans, oftentimes at great emotional, physical and financial cost.
CLINTON, New York - Derek Jeter's post-season plans during his first few months in retirement include a public appearance at an upstate New York college.
ATLANTA - Eric Young Jr. is proving he's an important part of the Mets' winning formula.
AUSTIN, Texas - A half-century after the passage of sweeping civil rights legislation, President Barack Obama declared that he had "lived out the promise" envisioned by Lyndon B. Johnson, the president who championed the push for greater racial equality.
ATLANTA - The state ethics commission and all its staffing issues, lawsuits and allegations of outside influence have quickly become a key issue in this year's governor's race, with Gov. Nathan Deal and Democratic rival Jason Carter sparring Tuesday over who's to blame for the mess and how to fix it.
WASHINGTON - Out-of-state groups on Monday continued pouring money into Mississippi's Republican primary, criticizing Sen. Thad Cochran for staying in office too long. The six-term lawmaker responded with his own ads against challenger Chris McDaniel.
AUSTIN, Texas - Four U.S. presidents, including Barack Obama, are scheduled to headline a summit this week that commemorates the signing of a law 50 years ago that brought broad changes in America's social fabric.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - Former U.S. Department of Defense Secretary James Schlesinger is being buried this weekend next to his late wife in the Ohio city where she was from.
WASHINGTON - Thirty-six years after President Jimmy Carter made peace between Egypt and Israel, "Camp David" is now both history and theater.
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal, helped in large part by the sale of an auto salvage company he co-owned, has reported an improvement in his personal finances heading into a competitive re-election bid four years after questions were raised about his sizable debts.
WASHINGTON - Onetime economics professor and longtime nuclear strategist James R. Schlesinger was a political man for all seasons, holding a long string of Cabinet and other high-level posts through three administrations. He was hired - and dismissed - by presidents of both parties.
WASHINGTON - A split federal appeals court on Tuesday grappled with an issue that is crucial to the success of President Barack Obama's health care law, debating whether the government can subsidize premiums for people who buy insurance on exchanges run by Washington.
WASHINGTON - The secretary of the Army said Tuesday he will have the final say on whether a disgraced brigadier general at the center of a sexual misconduct case retires at a lower rank with sharply reduced retirement pay.
NEW YORK - Former President Jimmy Carter says the Crimean annexation was "inevitable" because Russia considers the peninsula to be part of its country and so many Crimeans consider themselves Russian.
NEW YORK - Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that U.S. intelligence monitoring has run out of control since the 9/11 terror attacks, and he now hand-writes and mails sensitive letters to foreign and American leaders because he can't trust his email or telephone to be secure.
NEW YORK - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Monday that he hopes to visit Venezuela next month to arrange to airlift medics to treat river blindness among a remote tribe on the Brazilian border.
NEW YORK - Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that he doesn't support the Palestinian-led "boycott, divest, sanction" campaign against Israel but said products made in Israel-occupied Palestinian territories should be clearly labeled so buyers can make a choice about them.
ATLANTA - Whenever M. Alexis Scott walks past the old Atlanta Daily World headquarters on Auburn Avenue, a tinge of melancholy sweeps over her.
WASHINGTON - In a criminal investigation of the labyrinth that became known as the Iran-Contra affair, chief prosecutor Lawrence E. Walsh stood out to his team of lawyers as a fiercely independent old-school Republican.
WASHINGTON - Bob Strauss could work with anybody - Democrats and Republicans, Americans and Soviets, Israelis and Arabs. Playing the game and making the deal made his day.