The latest news on McGovern, George
The late Sen. George McGovern understood the need for the United States to fight global poverty and hunger.
The one-time presidential candidate discusses what it means to be a "McGovern Liberal."
1972 running mate thought he could hide his shock therapy.
U.S. policy makers should remember Egypt's street scenes when balking at foreign aid programs for the poor.
I was more impressed with Carter's presence than I expected to be.
AFL-CIO slams 1972 Democratic nominee George McGovern's attack on card check legislation.
The former presidential candidate wants to make Haiti the centerpiece of his program.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reviewed documents to determine the FBI had no file on Eagleton's health.
McGovern's new biography on Abraham Lincoln is out today.
Sen. Charles Grassley says the World Food Prize is to be the equivalent of the Nobel Prize.