By Andrew Troast
The House made history Wednesday. But not in a positive way. For the first time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives has authorized institutionally suing a president.
Judy Woodruff talks to presidential historians Michael Beschloss and Richard Norton Smith about the events from 2012 that will live on in the history, including Hurricane Sandy, the 2012 elections, a mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., China's new leadership, and…
Historians: In Speech, Obama Will Forsake 'Gauzy and Grandiose' for Specificity…
Examining the Supreme Court Session Through the Lens of History…
Gwen Ifill gets perspective on President Obama's Tucson speech from historians Ellen Fitzpatrick And Michael Beschloss; Kari Watkins, the Executive Director Of The Oklahoma City National Memorial And Museum; and The Reverend Janet Vincent of Saint Columbia's Episcopal Church In…
President Obama's address in Tucson will echo a broader role presidents must play as leaders of national mourning. Jim Lehrer looks back on presidential responses to national crises with historian Michael Beschloss and Ellen Fitzpatrick, professor of history at the…
Historian Michael Beschloss discusses his book, "Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America 1789-1989," which delves into how presidents arrived at decisions during difficult times.
Terence Smith talks with Michael Beschloss about his new book, "The Conquerors."…
Terence Smith talks to presidential historian Michael Beschloss about his new book, "Reaching for Glory."…
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