From adulterous affairs yielding secret children to hotel break-ins and secret gun deals, scandal has always followed American politicians.
How sanctions went from punishment to status quo in America's shadow war against Iran.
FDR and Eleanor had a special arrangement, LBJ had no shame, and Harding had a favorite closet.
Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign placed welfare reform at its center, claiming that his proposal would “end welfare as we have come to know it.”
It was forged against all odds—but couldn’t survive the heat of public disapproval.
Was Bill Clinton's 1994 meeting with Boris Yeltsin the most hilariously awful state visit in history?
Here are the back stories to some of the most intriguing presidential renderings.
When Michael Isikoff broke the story of Ken Starr's investigation into the Lewinsky affair 20 years ago, he had no idea how much it would change the presidency and the country.
Journalists have angered presidents from the earliest days of America’s founding.
Pass the Purell and explore eight of history’s most famous handshakes.