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Jimmy Carter

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  • Stephanie Hnatiw: A plan to make equal pay for women a reality

    As the month of March has concluded and we say yet another goodbye to Women's History Month, we welcome Equal Pay Day. Equal Pay Day is Tuesday. This date symbolizes how far into 2013 women had to work to earn what men earned in 2012. Equal Pay Day always...
  • Guest list: Michael Lewis, Nancy Pelosi, Richard Thomas

    Guest list: Michael Lewis, Nancy Pelosi, Richard Thomas
    The Sunday morning programs and their guest lists: ABC’s “This Week” looks at the mass shooting at Fort Hood with Rep. John Carter, R-Texas, and former Army Vice Chief of Staff Ret. Gen. Peter Chiarelli. The program airs at 11 a.m....
  • Stanford's new school for aspiring retirees to mold satisfying second careers

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Stanford University is looking for a new kind of student: proven leaders, with 20 to 30 years of work experience, seeking to reinvent their futures. A small experiment launched this week offers older students the opportunity not to...
  • WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to take on Google in new book

    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to take on Google in new book
    Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder who is holed up in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, has agreed to write a new book detailing his tussles with Google, his publisher, the independent house OR Books, announced. The book is to focus on the...
  • Drawing insults, not fear, from our foes [Commentary]

    Drawing insults, not fear, from our foes [Commentary]
    Some of you tend to suffer MEGO ("my eyes glaze over") syndrome when the topic turns to foreign affairs. But you should do all you can to resist the temptation. The world remains too dangerous a place for America to divert its attention. Today, two...
  • Publisher aims to put all 4 million Wikipedia articles into print

    Publisher aims to put all 4 million Wikipedia articles into print
    For some people, Wikipedia is the answer to everything. The always-growing, crowd-sourced encyclopedia is a source of knowledge and trivia used by undergraduates, assorted professional writers and people trying to settle dinner-table arguments about...
  • Washington's Arena Stage has diverse offerings, prominent stars

    Washington's Arena Stage has diverse offerings, prominent stars
    If great theater is your thing, Arena Stage is the place to be. The Southwest Washington, D.C., theater has been on a roll this season, with exceptional plays that covered a broad range of subjects, featuring well-known cast members. I've always felt...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Surviving Jack' on Fox

    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Surviving Jack' on Fox
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 30 - April 5, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SERIES The Big Bang Theory Raj (Kunal...
  • Should we send troops to Ukraine?

    Should we send troops to Ukraine?
    The United States government has a dangerous penchant for military intervention, so after Vladimir Putin invaded Crimea, it was a relief that no one talked about sending troops or deploying bombers. Sen. John McCain scotched any such notion by...
  • Book 'Em Mysteries in South Pasadena is closing after 24 years

    Book 'Em Mysteries in South Pasadena is closing after 24 years
    Book 'Em Mysteries in South Pasadena will close its doors April 30 after 24 years in business. On Tuesday it began its going-out-of-business sale, marking down the remaining 7,000 books in stock. The furniture and fixtures are also for sale. Mary...
  • Ehrlich gets his history wrong [Letter]

    Ehrlich gets his history wrong [Letter]
    Columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. errs in claiming that the American diplomats taken hostage by Iran were freed in 1979 ("Drawing insults, not fear, from our foes," March 30). The diplomats were actually taken hostage in November of 1979 — not freed...