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Jimmy Carter

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  • Homeownership remains a goal that should be encouraged

    Homeownership remains a goal that should be encouraged
    I have a confession to make: I am a homeowner. That's a dangerous thing to say. We homeowners are getting blamed for a lot of today's economic ills, and labeled dupes besides. It's said that we profiteer from an undeserved tax break. That our...
  • PASSINGS: Bert Lance, Rosalia Mera, August Schellenberg, Jane Harvey

    PASSINGS: Bert Lance, Rosalia Mera, August Schellenberg, Jane Harvey
    Bert Lance Budget director under President Carter Bert Lance, 82, a Georgia banker and ally of former President Carter who served as his first budget director before departing amid a high-profile investigation of his banking activities, died...
  • Egypt in the rearview mirror

     Egypt in the rearview mirror
    When it comes to Egypt, the U.S. has little leverage and therefore no real options. That's according to the prevailing wisdom, at least. Yet this analysis — endlessly reiterated in mainstream commentary — is misleading. The absence of...
  • Superman at 75: 10 key comic covers in the Man of Steel’s history

     
    When Superman first leaped onto the scene 75 years ago in “Action Comics” No. 1, he was the only game […]...
  • $53-million mega-mansion in Rolling Hills is fit for a king

    $53-million mega-mansion in Rolling Hills is fit for a king
    If the $53-million price tag doesn’t stand in his way, President Obama need look no further than Hacienda de la Paz on the Palos Verdes Peninsula as a place to settle down after life in the White House. Set in gated Rolling Hills, behind gates...
  • Senior CBS executive Martin Franks to retire this fall

    Senior CBS executive Martin Franks to retire this fall
    Martin Franks, a top media industry lobbyist and key executive at CBS, is retiring this fall. In a memo to staff, CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said Franks has been the "glue and grease" of the company. Franks will exit CBS at the end of September....
  • Obama and Romney race in 'The Center Holds' by Jonathan Alter

    Obama and Romney race in 'The Center Holds' by Jonathan Alter
    Among several persistently wrongheaded beliefs about the 2012 election, none beats the claim, heard even in the campaign's closing weeks, that President Obama faced a desperately bad situation and had a high probability of losing. That zombie idea...
  • 9th Circuit allows wrongly convicted man to sue L.A. County

    9th Circuit allows wrongly convicted man to sue L.A. County
    A man convicted of murder largely on the basis of a jailhouse informant’s perjured testimony ¬†may attempt to hold Los Angeles County liable for his 24 years in prison, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of...
  • Harry Potter to flatten Gibson Amphitheatre, Curious George playland

    Harry Potter to flatten Gibson Amphitheatre, Curious George playland
    Universal Studios in Hollywood will raze the 41-year-old Gibson Amphitheatre to make way for its coming Harry Potter attraction, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Like the Wizarding World in Orlando, the Hollywood Harry Potter will be a theme park...
  • PASSINGS: Doris Singleton, Elinor Agnew, Bob Banfield, Patricia Bario

    PASSINGS: Doris Singleton, Elinor Agnew, Bob Banfield, Patricia Bario
    Doris Singleton Actress worked with Lucille Ball Doris Singleton, 92, an actress best known for playing Lucy's friend Caroline Appleby on the classic TV comedy "I Love Lucy," died Tuesday in Los Angeles of complications from cancer, according to her...
  • A.W. 'Tom' Clausen dies at 89; longtime Bank of America leader

    A.W. 'Tom' Clausen dies at 89; longtime Bank of America leader
    A.W. "Tom" Clausen, a no-nonsense Midwesterner who led San Francisco-based Bank of America before and after serving as president of the World Bank, died Monday at a hospital in Burlingame, Calif. He was 89. The cause was complications from pneumonia,...