Three great American leaders of the past provide some insights about the founding of our nation.
The Utah senator clashed with the former president and made history as the first senator to vote to convict a president of his own party.
There is no sufficient institutional check on presidential nuclear authority, and no fast-track way to set up some sort of emergency restraint on Trump.
"How dare you, Cory Gardner, misuse and abuse the memory of Uncle Jack in this grossly misleading advertisement," tweeted Kerry Kennedy.
While the debates as we know them began in 1960, they may not have begun at all if it wasn't for a college student in 1956.
Mellon biographer Meryl Gordon talked to Newsweek about how important the Rose Garden was to Mellon, and that Trump's changes "strip it of its personality."
The second youngest of the nine Kennedy siblings, and the last surviving sibling died on Wednesday at 92.
The legend released a heartfelt narrative track about that fateful day in Dallas and all the music that came after.
"Political courage might require a Republican Senator to risk his or her own political future by breaking lockstep from the President," Jack Schlossberg wrote in a Twitter thread.
In 2000, Buttigieg called his future primary competitor fearless for being candid about his ideology despite having "lived through a time in which an admitted socialist could not act in a film, let alone hold a congressional seat."
Twitter users pointed out that assassinated U.S. presidents may have been treated worse than President Donald Trump.
She was 22 years old.
At least one top U.S. official was convinced former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, according to the latest trove of declassified documents released Friday by the National Archives and Records Administration related to Kennedy's death.
Oswald met with a KGB agent and called and wrote to Soviet diplomatic missions, the new files show, but Moscow insisted he was "mentally unstable."
The former first lady was at the ESPY Awards to celebrate Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who founded a sports competition for people with intellectual disabilities.
Trump is not the first president to be divisive or to court controversy.
JFK later told journalist James "Scotty" Reston that the Khrushchev meeting was the "worst thing in my life. He savaged me."
After years of silence, a former CIA operative speaks out about Castro, Oswald and the assassination of JFK.