While the Democratic Party did support slavery in its past, the politics of both parties have changed a lot since the Civil War and Civil Rights Era.
The future of the youth vote is more up for grabs than some now think.
Author Joel L. Daniels debates Ryan P. Williams, president of the Claremont Institute.
A look back at the Civil War ought to be most instructive.
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We are all the intellectual inheritors of the Declaration of Independence.
The president is emerging as the defender of the American regime and way of life.
In his Fourth of July speech, President Donald Trump said: "Americans are the people who pursued our Manifest Destiny across the ocean, into the uncharted wilderness, over the tallest mountains, and then into the skies and even into the stars."
To help guide us forward, sometimes it is best to look back to the past.
"The ecological impact of Native Americans before European arrival has been debated for decades," researcher Wyatt Oswald said.
Though the item has long been historically linked with the president, a recent Illinois state study suggest it may never have belonged to Honest Abe.
Researchers have found hair dye bottles and evidence of a photographic studio at Camp Nelson—a former Union camp.
"This is a time of celebration for you - celebrating an anniversary of a beginning for the white man in America."
The Boston College professor, an expert in 19th century America, said President Donald Trump "was onto something" with his Civil War tweets.
Nike came under fire after agreeing to pull a special-edition Air Max sneaker that included the flag, which brand ambassador Colin Kaepernick and many others found offensive.
It all started with the Boston Tea Party.
Montgomery's culture, its very essence, tells the story of America—the good, the bad and the heartbreaking.
Officials found 95 graves beneath at the site of a new school in April.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency wants to destroy years' worth of data, including records on sexual abuse reports, solitary confinement and deaths in custody.
"Benedict Arnold is one of my favorite breakfasts," Meyers reads from a book he jokes is written by Trump.
The rapper tweeted, "Republicans were the ones [who] helped black people." It's a little more complicated than that.
The dataset has revealed insights into the past 500 years of marriage and migration across North America and Europe.