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  • Jimmy Carter enjoys 2020 renaissance

    ATLANTA — Former President Jimmy Carter carved an unlikely path to the White House in 1976 and endured humbling defeat after one term. Now, six administrations later, the longest-living chief executive in American history is re-emerging from political obscurity at age 94 to win over his fellow Democrats once again.

    The Washington Times
  • The Latest: German chancellor respects May's decision to go

    LONDON (AP) " The Latest on Brexit and Britain's political crisis (all times local):11:10 a.m.German Chancellor Angela Merkel has noted "with respect" the decision of British Prime Minister Theresa May to step down, and will continue to work closely with her successor for an orderly Brexit.Merkel's spokeswoman, Martina Fietz, told reporters Friday that the chancellor and May always "worked together in a good and trusting" relationship and would continue to do so while [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Steven May escapes AFL club punishment after 'poor decision' to go drinking

    Melbourne recruit dealing with ‘personal issues’Frustration of injury led to defender’s actionsMelbourne recruit Steven May has avoided a club sanction for drinking while injured with the AFL club revealing the key defender is dealing with some “personal issues”. Sidelined with a groin injury since round two, May was seen spending Sunday afternoon drinking at a Melbourne bar. The former Gold Coast skipper fronted his teammates on Tuesday morning to explain his actions. Demons head of football...

    the Guardian
  • Ala. Governor on Decision Not to Abort Daughter with Spina Bifida: ‘We’re Going to Love This Baby No Matter What’

    Gov. John Bel Edwards and wife Donna (Screenshot)

    CNS News