History of the United States

The former House speaker is getting torched for an inaccurate post that suggests the U.S. never acquired land from fighting wars.
The Tennessee lawmaker doesn't seem to know what's in the U.S. Constitution.
The Ohio Republican received a blunt fact check after his latest claim about vaccine mandates.
D.C. attorney H. Heather Shaner says that books and movies about the uglier parts of American history are "a revelation" for some of her Capitol attack clients.
The actor weighed in on critical race theory in primary education, arguing that everyone should learn about the 1921 Tulsa massacre.
Historians widely panned the report for offering a false and outdated version of American history that ignores decades of research.
It's the fifth-largest lottery prize in U.S. history.
The report excuses America’s founders for owning slaves and defends the racist Three-Fifths Compromise as necessary to form a “durable union.”
Donald Trump accounts for half the impeachments in the history of the nation, the CNN host noted.
The reality is the use of violent force and intimidation for political gain has always been part of the U.S. narrative.