Holbrooke’s youthful idealism evolved into realism, if not cynicism, as he acquiesced to the ironic reality of post-Vietnam national security politics in Washington.
Trump's call was the first such contact with Taiwan by a U.S. president-elect or president since President Carter adopted a one-China policy in 1979.
The GOP is trying to figure out what to do when its public face resembles a rodeo clown like Sean Hannity, and when so many Republican voters live inside the right-wing, fact-free, Rush Limbaugh bubble ...
He said he would continue to receive regular doses of pembrolizumab, a new treatment that is part of a promising class of drugs that harness the body's immune system to fight cancer.
For all its loudness, all its exclusion, violence, and ubiquity, the faith that is modeled in the public square is often not particularly affecting. It is hard to imagine someone looking on it from outside ...
Watch as the former leader of the free world talks about humility, friendship, and love — and asks the congregation is they know what the word "eros" means.
"I've had a wonderful life. I've had thousands of friends. I've had an exciting, adventurous, gratifying existence," the former president said.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day.
Former president Jimmy Carter is offering a bleak appraisal of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Jimmy Carter lets us down. Not with his new book — a warm and detailed memoir — but with his response to the question "Does the arc of history bend toward justice?"
The nation is getting a new round of assurance that everything will be all right — from Jimmy Carter, the most religious man to be President of the United States in the last 50 years.