Carter expressed concern over a possible "situation" with North Korea in a New York Times interview.
Exit polls suggest Shinzo Abe's coalition government maintained its two-thirds majority in the lower chamber.
Sen. Chuck Schumer told NBC's "Meet the Press" they have more than enough support for the deal.
Axios reports the Republican National Committee paid roughly the same amount to lawyers representing the president and Donald Trump Jr.
Advocacy groups don't know the full impact of the changes yet, but some are already concerned.
The remaining files include more than 3,000 documents never seen by the public.
Spain plans to invoke Article 155, which allows the central government to institute direct rule over the country's semi-autonomous regions.
President Trump's latest travel ban prevents a Yemeni journalist from accepting her award in New York.
There was a 13 percent increase in police recorded crime in England and Wales, but that statistic goes beyond just terrorist incidents.
A state law in Texas could prevent anyone who boycotts Israel from receiving Hurricane Harvey aid.
Joe Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt. President Donald Trump pardoned him before sentencing.
A bipartisan group of senators hope to bring rules for political ads on the internet up to the same standards as other media.