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Twisting Teddy's words in the "Times."
Some argue Pius XII didn't do enough to help Jews during the Holocaust and shouldn't be made a saint.
The arguments around the income tax haven't changed much in 95 years, Steven R. Weisman writes.
Republican attempts to embrace Harry Truman are wildly misguided, historian Robert Dallek writes.
Forget stocks. Historical artifacts are where the big dollars are, and one is going up for sale.
Before TV and the Internet, radio revolutionized American politics, writes Anthony Rudel.
Hoover and FDR acted, writes Amity Shlaes, but not always for the better.
Ford Motor Co.'s Model T car was introduced 100 years ago today.
Bush cannot use the bully pulpit, McCain is not interested in it, and Obama doesn't have it.
New evidence has experts rethinking how the luxury passenger liner sank.