Jimmy Carter Says Latest Brain Scan Shows No CancerJimmy Carter inspired pronouncements of answered prayers Sunday, revealing that his latest brain scan showed no signs of cancer four months after the former president announced that melanoma had spread to his brain and put himself "in the hands of God."
Jimmy Carter 'At Ease' & Ready For Cancer Radiation TreatmentFormer President Jimmy Carter announced Thursday that his cancer showed up in four small spots on his brain and he will immediately begin radiation treatment, saying he is "at ease with whatever comes."
Jimmy Carter To Discuss Cancer Diagnosis Publicly TodayFormer President Jimmy Carter plans to discuss his recent cancer diagnosis Thursday for the first time since revealing last week that he was ill.
Former President Carter: U.S. “Slow” In Preparing For EbolaJust hours after an Ebola patient died in Dallas, and as word spread that another person may have come down with the dreaded disease, former President Jimmy Carter said this country was late in preparing for an Ebola outbreak.
Civil Rights Summit Opens In Austin With Immigration TalkA civil rights summit headlined by four of the five living U.S. presidents began Tuesday in Texas with talk of immigration reform and speakers comparing toppled gay marriage bans to racial equality victories in the 1960s.
VIDEO: Entire George W. Bush Presidential Center DedicationComplete video coverage of the George W. Bush Presidential Center Dedication from April 25, 2013.
Inside The George W. Bush Presidential CenterThe George W. Bush Presidential Library does not open to the public until May 1. CBS 11 takes you for a look inside.
Dedication Draws International A-List GuestsPresident Obama's motorcade arrived just after nine in the morning. His arrival was the first of many notable guests at Thursday's dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. The ceremony was a Super Bowl of political power.
Praise & Encouragement During George W. Bush Library DedicationThe George W. Bush Presidential Center has been officially dedicated. Thursday’s late morning ceremony ended with the nation's 43rd president giving a closing speech as tears welled in his eyes.