Jimmy Carter

Carter, the wife of former President Jimmy Carter, has been a leading advocate for mental health and caregivers.
Jimmy Carter's grandson says the former president remains in good spirits three months after entering end-of-life care at home.
Carter, 98, is receiving hospice care at his Georgia home and is declining further medical intervention.
Carter recently entered home hospice care in Georgia.
A statement said Carter has the full support of his medical team and family, which “asks for privacy at this time and is grateful for the concern shown by his many admirers.”
Norville, the longest-serving anchor in news, reflected on career highlights as "Inside Edition" marks its 35th season on the air.
The "Late Night" host shared his suspicions about the 39th president in the wake of the Biden and Trump document discoveries.
“He is looking at his 98th birthday with faith in God’s plan for him," said grandson Jason Carter.
Former President Jimmy Carter, who turns 95 on Oct. 1, says he doesn’t think he could’ve handled the job of president at age 80.
The United States is "at genuine risk of civil conflict," the former president said.