History of the United States

The president appears to mangle American history as he repeats a false boast that the nation's air and water are the cleanest ever, then he fact-checks himself.
Trump railed against debt during his campaign, vowed to balance budget.
A survey found that in only one state could more than 50 percent pass the exam.
Many prominent politicians and entertainers have worn blackface. The racist practice isn’t new.
Without black history, there would be no American history. Period.
The "Battle of the Billionaires" was the most expensive governor's race in U.S. history.
Tim Geithner, Ben Bernanke and Hank Paulson dealt a catastrophic blow to public faith in American institutions.
"The Republican Party must be destroyed before it can be rebuilt."
Seth Meyers' team presents "Donald J. Trump’s Salute to American Independence."
A “limp-d*** motherf***** who was born in a petri dish at the Heritage Foundation.”
The “paid agitator” smear tends to show up throughout American history during moments of social reform. It dates back at least to Reconstruction.
Enslaved Africans, first brought to what would become the U.S. in 1619, were not voluntary immigrants.
Educators say it's essential to teach students about the riot in a city that still faces racial division.
Of course in parliamentary systems such as in the UK, where parliament serves the same purpose as the Electoral College in
Johnson was highly regarded for his encouraging teaching style and dedication to his students (many of whom spoke little
Some of history's most iconic moments are now immortalized in GIFs, courtesy of the National Archives.