Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002. Carter is also a very prolific writer, and the author of over two dozen books. Here, he discusses his latest best-seller, White House Diary, an annotated version of the private journal he kept during his tenure in office.
A recent study of campaign advertising expenditures for the November 2010 California gubernatorial election by one of the the nation's leading African American print advertising agency, KimberKimber.com, has revealed major discrepancies between mainstream media, Hispanic media, and African American media outlets by political candidates and political parties nationwide.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bracing for Monday's final burst of campaigning, President Barack Obama implored voters to remember that GOP policies failed to prevent the recession, while top Republicans said the public will deliver a harsh verdict on his stewardship of an anemic recovery.
CAIRO (AP) — He is suspected of packing explosives into the underwear of a Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner last Christmas and sent his own brother on a suicide mission against a top Saudi official.
MIAMI (AP) -- Republican Hispanic lawmakers had a groundbreaking year in the 2010 congressional elections, picking up two governor posts -- the first ever for a Hispanic woman -- while holding onto a U.S. Senate seat and adding several congressional seats.
Texas is the only state that hasn't taken steps to meet new federal greenhouse gas emission rules that go into effect in January — a move that leaves its energy industry vulnerable to lawsuits and prevents plants from legally expanding. Texas is the only state that hasn't taken steps to meet new federal greenhouse gas emission rules that go into effect in January — a move that leaves its energy industry vulnerable to lawsuits and prevents plants from legally expanding.
The banks' flawed foreclosure practices should draw even more attention to their poor record in the handling of homeowners seeking mortgage modifications, government officials say.
More evidence for that poor record came Monday, with the release of new data for the government's modification program, which aims to prevent foreclosures.
In a stunning display of bigotry and viciousness, powerful Republicans are raising millions of dollars to support an extreme crop of GOP candidates for the mid-term elections. They are called "Tea Party Candidates," and they are being funded by the Super Rich who have been promised $4 Trillion Dollars in tax cuts for their support by the GOP. These Tea Party Republicans are directly attacking Blacks, Latinos, women and gays--and they are winning votes in the process.