Donald Trump's executive orders are coming fast and furious, but what exactly are they? And why are they the Presidential go-to tactic now?
The last clause of the First Amendment guarantees the right to "petition the Government for a redress of grievances." Where did this idea come from?
Got impeachment? Not much. In American history, there have only been a total of 19 impeachment trials in the U.S. Senate.
Ivanka Trump will be assuming many duties of the First Lady. She won't be the first presidential daughter to take “the hardest unpaid job in the world.”
Edmund Burke (1729-1797) is one of the philosophical fountainheads of modern conservatism. But he didn't start out that way.
Vice presidential inaugurations haven’t always shared the pomp and circumstance reserved for the highest office in the land.
Poinsettias were named for the first US diplomat to Mexico. The flower was more successful than he was. How it went from Aztec dye to Christmas decoration.
The Presidential Inauguration is January 20th as a result of a twentieth century change to the U.S. Constitution. Originally, it was March 4th.
Is it finally time to reform the Electoral College after 2000 and 2016? If so, how could this be done?
The media changed its coverage over the course of the Vietnam War. But it may not have become more adversarial.