As Americans suffered through the Great Depression, the Roosevelts dined on bread and butter sandwiches and cold jellied soup.
Rex Tillerson is out. Here’s who left more quickly—and who stayed a lot longer.
Dubbed a safety hazard, this 188-year-old tree has seen it all.
The White House has been celebrating Halloween since the days of Eisenhower.
The role of the United States’ first lady traditionally goes to the president’s spouse, but in instances it falls to others.
As the White House readies for the annual Easter Egg Roll, learn how a group of hard-boiled congressmen literally protecting their turf got the tradition rolling.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy Jr, Hungry History takes a special look back at the food of the Kennedy White House.
If the adage is true, and we really are what we eat, then there’s much to be learned from White House menus.
Fifty years after its inception, check out some surprising facts about this Cold War-era icon.