George Herbert Walker Bush, a World War II veteran who led an international coalition through the Gulf War during his time as the 41st president, and whose son's presidency furthered the family's political dynasty, died Friday. He was 94.
By Morgan Till, Sam Lane
Monticello and Montpelier, the former homes of presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, have long been attractions for those looking to learn more about two of America’s founding fathers. But this spring, the two neighboring Virginia presidential museums are looking…
By Alison Thoet
If the Constitutional Convention had not been held behind closed doors, it’s unlikely that delegates would have agreed on the Constitution, says author Mary Graham of “Presidents’ Secrets: The Use and Abuse of Hidden Power.” Graham outlines how presidents have…
By Christopher Booker, Connie Kargbo
In the 20 years since President Bill Clinton signed the AmeriCorps National Service Program into existence, more than 900,000 participants have worked on service projects across the U.S. They've tutored kids, aided communities after disaster and fought hunger. The former…
By Anne Azzi Davenport
Jeffrey Brown visits the Library of Congress to explore what rebuilding Thomas Jefferson's vast book collection can teach us about the very roots of the United States.
By Frank Carlson
A collection of portraits of world leaders -- painted by none other than former world leader President George W. Bush -- goes on display in Dallas on Saturday.
By News Desk
“I promise you, nobody has been more frustrated. I wanted to go in and fix it myself, but I don’t write code.” President Barack Obama, speaking in New Orleans on the troubled rollout of HealthCare.gov…
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