Maria Boynton Reports: Services Held For Georgia's First Black Federal Judge Horace WardWard practiced law in Atlanta from 1960 to 1974. He was a member of the Georgia State Senate from 1965 to 1974.
Too Much Truth: 290 Million in Reparations to Iran HostagesWas being capture just a work hazard of working in a hostile land or should they be compensated? Was the risk they took by being over there and ultimately captured worth $10,000 per day of captivity?
Jimmy Carter Cancels Visit To Gaza StripThe former president was planning a visit to the Middle East to highlight the plight of Palestinians; no explanation was offered for the cancellation.
Family: Joan Mondale Enters Hospice Care Joan Mondale became known as a fierce advocate for public arts funding.
CIA Declassifies 1978 Camp David Accords IntelligenceThe Central Intelligence Agency has declassified 1,400 pages of intelligence surrounding the Camp David Accords, the historic peace treaty negotiated in 1978 by then-President Jimmy Carter with the leaders of Israel and Egypt.
Carter Backs Diplomacy Plan To Disarm Syria Former President Jimmy Carter says he believes the best path forward in Syria is for the United States to work out a deal with Russia for Syria to give up its chemical weapons.
Rev. Bernice King, President Jimmy Carter, C.T. Vivian Kick off 50th Anniv. Of March On Washington At The Carter Center
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