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Faced with an impeachment inquiry, President Donald Trump has openly defied the core constructs of the Constitution.
Trump's racist attacks on Democratic lawmakers make him number one in a very ugly category, the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian says.
“This is what the founders were worried about in the 1790s.”
“This administration will not survive," he said in his Christmas Eve broadcast Monday.
The presidential historian said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that "it’s quite possible" Trump is "a witting or at least partially witting agent of a foreign power."
Who said each of the following... (a) "I love the uneducated." (b) "Persuasion has to target the emotions and speak to the
George H.W. Bush would assemble a U.S.-led coalition, but would be ready to act unilaterally, biographer Jon Meacham says.
Jon Meacham breaks down the differences in the Bush family when it comes to foreign policy.
Walter White, the un-hero of the Breaking Bad saga, is a rationalist so skilled that he even convinces himself that his evil actions are morally justifiable as each terrible one is taken, painstakingly mythologized as necessary for his family's welfare.
Anyone who has studied American history knows that Thomas Jefferson was a brilliant thinker who wrote the Declaration of Independence and was our third president, and also founded the University of Virginia.
It's one thing to articulate an audacious new vision for an embryonic democracy, it's quite another for Jefferson and his colleagues to actually make it happen -- given the fiercely independent mindset of the original colonies.
William Silber's Volcker: The Triumph of Persistence examines Paul Volcker's work battling inflation in the 1970s and his
Election Night with Joe and Mika took place at 92Y on November 6, 2012. In this clip, the panel featuring Mike Barnicle, Mark
Those who know something will never read it, or scoff if they do. Those who don't know or care about American history will never read it unless they're stuck in a dentist's office with a broken TV. Who does that leave?
"Newsweek: know what's truly 'dumb'?" Palin tweeted. "Giving a cover story to the TrigTruther conspiracy kook writer who
In April, Adweek reported that ex-Newsweek editor Jon Meacham switched teams and wrote his first cover story for Time magazine
I confess to liking, collecting, sharing and savoring both mysteries and thrillers. My favorite sleuths are, like me, flawed and curious in an often dark, confusing and fallen world.
Newsweek's loss is Time's gain, again. Ex-Newsweek editor Jon Meacham wrote the cover story for Time's forthcoming issue