Any discussion of President George Herbert Walker Bush, who died yesterday at age 94, should start by acknowledging that he was by any measure a public servant, a fine family …..
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Our new Brett Kavanaugh biography is live. Brett Kavanaugh is the U.S. Court of Appeals judge who has been nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Donald Trump. If …..
Janet Reno, the first woman to be U.S. Attorney General, has died at age 78.
Our new Mike Pence biography is now live. He is the Indiana governor who is now Donald Trump‘s running mate on the Republican ticket in 2016. A few quick Mike Pence facts: …..
On 17 December 1862, General Ulysses S. Grant issued Order No. 11, expelling all Jews from his military district — parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi.
Behind the snickers and sneers of Gore’s enemies, the truth is that he actually was instrumental in getting the information superhighway up and running.
Louisiana’s Huey P. Long died 10 September 1935, two days after being shot at the state Capitol. To some, there are still questions about who pulled the trigger.
New York mayoral candidate and sex scandal veteran Anthony Weiner has been once again caught having online sex chats, this time as “Carlos Danger.”
Who2 has a new biography of former U.S. Senator and Almost-But-Not-Quite Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. Find out more.
The website Politico is reporting that two women settled harassment claims against Herman Cain during his time as president of the National Restaurant Assocation.
To celebrate Independence Day, read The Declaration of Independence. Or, as it’s sometimes called, “The Constitution.”
To celebrate The Declaration Independence, visit the exhibit from the Library of Congress on Thomas Jefferson and Establishing a Federal Republic.