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Carter Says Presidential Candidates Are 'Quite Unpopular'
Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that both presidential candidates are "quite unpopular," but he's knows who's more qualified and he's voting for Democrat Hillary Clinton in November
The Latest: Carter: Presidential Choices "Quite Unpopular"
Former President Jimmy Carter says both presidential candidates are unpopular, but he's knows who's more qualified and he's voting for Democrat Hillary Clinton in November.
Former Chairman of Joint Chiefs Gen. John Vessey Dies at 94
Retired Army Gen. John W. Vessey, who rose through the ranks in a 46-year military career to become chairman of the joint chiefs of staff under President Ronald Reagan, has died
Meet the New Conservative Operatives Running Trump's Campaign
The two new additions to Donald Trump 's presidential campaign are well-known within political circles and have close ties to the candidate. Steve Bannon, who was most recently the executive chairman of conservative news site Breitbart News, was announced as the campaign's new CEO. Kellyanne
Race, Gender and Education the Keys to 2016 Election (POLL)
A potentially record-breaking gap between two groups marks one of the most striking elements of preferences in the 2016 presidential race : college-educated white women for Hillary Clinton vs. non-college white men for Donald Trump . Clinton’s overwhelming support among nonwhites, a growing share
MLK Jr.'s Bible, Nobel Medal to Be Released to His Estate
A judge has signed an order ending an ownership dispute over the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s traveling Bible and Nobel Peace Prize medal that had essentially pitted the slain civil rights leader's two sons against their sister
Philly Installs 57 Fiberglass Donkeys in the City
ABC News' Charli James sees the hand painted donkeys representing the 50 states, Washington D.C., and six U.S. territories.
Mike Bottom is finally going to the Olympics with Team USA
Mike Bottom got the call in his Omaha, Nebraska, hotel room between preliminary heats and finals on the last day of the U.S. Olympic swim trials in early July. He can tell you exactly what happened next. Bottom swung his feet from the bed onto the floor. His free hand clapped onto his head, as if
The Note: A Night of Political Star Power at the DNC
NOTABLES --FIVE THINGS TO WATCH AT THE DNC TODAY: The Democratic National Convention is halfway over, and while there was a hefty dose of drama in the first two days, some serious political star power was saved for the final days. The convention heard from two former presidents last night