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It’s not just Donald Trump, Bill Clinton or JFK who had extramarital flings in the White House. Here are some of the other presidents who cheated.
The last truly successful "brokered convention" - where party elders literally met in a smoke-filed hotel room to break a
The candidates for president in 2016, both Democratic and Republican, could learn valuable lessons from the successful small government policies, both at home and abroad, of Harding and Carter; but as yet, they don't seem to be getting it.
Nearly a century later, Nan Britton's place in presidential history is validated.
The Back Burner Phenomenon Endures Over Time One huge difference between being a back burner in the days of Harding and Philips
"Late Week Tonight" airs Sundays at 11:00 p.m. ET on HBO. And let's just say we think Harding would've probably been a big
As for Harding, he died of a heart attack in 1923 before finishing his term. Remembered by many historians as a mediocre
... fill in the blanks: Teapot Dome, Watergate, Iran Contra, Lewinsky... Benghazi? You may have noticed that every time one erupts, it's compared in heinousness to the last really big one.
Barack Obama is widely known as the United States' first black president. But is he really the country's first African-American commander-in-chief?
Barack Obama is widely known as the United States' first black president. But is he really the country's first African-American
Romney and his fellow GOP hopefuls can take comfort in new research indicating that on the pressing issues of the day, their coveted conservative cohort seeks nothing more than to know nothing.
From Paris to New York to Los Angeles the cry rings out, "What the hell were they thinking?" We're irresistibly drawn to the stories of Anthony Weiner, Dominique Straus-Kahn and Arnold Schwarzenegger by the conundrum they offer.
The average Angeleno does not live, eat and breathe politics. Partisanship is the last thing on their minds, and it is probably easy to understand why registration for independent voters is climbing.
Sarah Palin's right that "English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too." And that's something to be afraid of -- because she's contributing far more to the trough of public consciousness than just a few verbal miscues.
Let's look back in time to see what we can learn from the past. The first major expansion of the federal government occurred