The “Jolene” singer-songwriter explained why she isn’t feeling a “Dolly for President” campaign.
Admirers wrote birthday cards and watched video tributes to Carter, the longest-living U.S. president in history, ahead of his birthday on Sunday.
The former president said the department's reversal a day earlier in the lawsuit brought by advice columnist E. Jean Carroll was part of a “political Witch Hunt.”
The Asian country just retired an old and odd age-counting method that makes people a year or two older than they really are.
The first lady hosted a conversation on Tuesday with four women, including a Texas doctor, who shared emotional stories of being denied necessary reproductive care.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to launch his second campaign for the Republican nomination for president next week in New Hampshire.
The Green Mountain State is the first one in the U.S. to change its medically assisted suicide law to allow terminally ill people from out of state to take advantage of it.
Detective Troy Patterson was shot in the head during a botched robbery in 1990, and spent the next three decades in a vegetative state.
A federal court ruling this week added barrier to obtaining one of the two drugs usually used in combination to end pregnancies with medication.
Gustavo Petro removed Gen. Henry Sanabria after he claimed that police had used exorcisms to catch drug kingpins and guerrilla leaders.