James Mikel Wilson's "Ghosts of Presidents Past" is an allegory that envisions what past presidents would tell the current one if they visited him, a la "A Christmas Carol."
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.
The president is emerging as the defender of the American regime and way of life.
Statue of the U.S.' first leader targeted in Baltimore amid nationwide anti-racism protests.
America's founding fathers established the system that is now being railed against nationwide.
President Trump has the Constitution correct, but the situation does not yet call for domestic deployment of federal troops.
Here are some lesser known facts about America's first president and First Lady.
To help guide us forward, sometimes it is best to look back to the past.
Most people think the third Monday in February is Presidents Day, but that's not the official federal holiday.
Traditionally, post offices have been closed on the holiday, but this year some customers will be able to conduct business.
America's first president is unique and deserves to be honored individually. We need to return him to his place of honor on the calendar and in our hearts.
General George Washington's decision in 1783 to resign his military commission defied precedent, history and human nature itself.
Comey, who was fired by the president in May 2017, tweeted the message from the founding father's 1796 farewell address.
In his commencement address, Fred Ryan, the CEO and publisher of The Washington Post, encouraged Wake Forest graduates to be seekers and stewards of the truth.
The president appeared to be in high spirits Wednesday evening as he spoke to a crowded room of reporters.
"Donald J. Trump makes his ranking debut at the bottom of the list," the survey states.
The locks were found tucked inside an envelope.
The famed showman founded the Barnum & Bailey Circus.
Washington, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton can all be seen despairing of the president in their Oval Office portraits.