Jimmy Carter's grandson says the former president remains in good spirits three months after entering end-of-life care at home. Jason Carter says his grandfather follows public discussion of his legacy and even enjoys regular servings of ice cream.
As Jimmy Carter rests in hospice care at his home in Georgia, The Associated Press reached out to former political prisoners who credit him with saving their lives. Carter is known around the world for trying to put human rights at the center of America's foreign policy.
The Atlanta Film Festival will honor the likes of former President Jimmy Carter and other recipients at its 2023 IMAGE Film Awards Gala on April 23.
Jimmy Carter is known as a builder of homes and champion for world peace, but perhaps a little less regarded for his role in preserving the Flint River in West Georgia.
President Joe Biden says he plans to deliver the eulogy at the funeral of former President Jimmy Carter, who remains under hospice care at his home in south Georgia.
Friday on Political Rewind: We continue our series with thought leaders around Georgia. This time we talk with University of Georgia professor Charles Bullock about his 50-year career. We'll also get his thoughts on where Georgia politics stands, and the continuation of runoffs elections.
The former president’s desire to further human rights began in early life and continued through his time in the White House and beyond. But he hit his stride as a 21st-century advocate for women.
The first national Women's History Week occurred in 1980. Seven years later, Congress passed a law designating March as Women's History Month.
When a dire disease strikes, it's easy to slip into war terms to describe the experience. But that sort of talk turns life into two outcomes: winning and losing. And that's not the way life works.
Friday on Political Rewind: Across the state, legislators and organizers are looking for solutions to homelessness — this as the cost of home ownership continues to skyrocket. Also, we look at environmental issues facing our state.
As a little-known Georgia governor, Jimmy Carter took his family and friends to Iowa and New Hampshire, where "the Peanut Brigade" set the modern standard for a retail campaign and helped elect Carter as the 39th president. But the long odds weren't just about 1976 for Carter, who is 98 and now receiving end-of-life care at his home in Plains, Georgia.
Carter targeted diseases primarily affecting the poor in remote areas — notably "Guinea worm disease." Because of his commitment, case numbers plummeted from 3.6 million a year to just 13 in 2022.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Tributes continue to pour in as former President Carter remains in hospice care. A new article from the Associated Press gives insights into the Fulton County special grand jury investigating the 2020 election.
As the town of Plains, Ga., celebrates the life of the former president, one local health care clinic wouldn’t be here without him.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Stone Mountain has a long, complicated past. The birthplace of the second Ku Klux Klan, it is the largest memorial to the Confederacy, a reminder of the "Lost Cause" myth, and a popular picnic spot for Georgians. Today, our special panel breaks down the mountain's history.