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While most inaugural addresses are forgettable, these five speeches endure.
With more than 200 years of history, it's no surprise inaugurations leave behind their share of trivia.
If only we knew if miscalculations by both Obama and Republicans will lead to catastrophe on the debt ceiling.
United States, Soviet Union stood on brink of nuclear war 50 years ago.
History shows presidents without direct business experience are better stewards of the economy.
A new book alleges that America's most famous assassinations were cover-ups.
Arthur Schlesinger always appreciated that historiography involves revisiting, revising, reinterpreting, and re-arguing major events.
Jefferson and Lincoln would find Santorum's cleaving to Roman Catholic Church dogma a four-alarm fire.