The 26th president found that simplifying the language was anything but simple.
Here are the back stories to some of the most intriguing presidential renderings.
Journalists have angered presidents from the earliest days of America’s founding.
Following a disappointing loss in the 1912 presidential election, Theodore Roosevelt struck out on a treacherous expedition to navigate an unmapped river in the Amazon.
As the famous saying goes, “If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.” Find out more about America’s presidents and their pets.
From James Monroe’s Revolutionary War heroics to George H.W. Bush’s brush with death during World War II, get the facts on the wartime experiences of seven American chief executives.
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From Franklin’s brushes with death to Eleanor’s midnight ride with Amelia Earhart, here are 10 things you may not know about this presidential pair.
A former president, a current president, a future president and a Socialist Party candidate all sought the White House 100 years ago.