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The Greatest Comebacks and Underdog Stories in Olympic History
Beautiful Images of President Kennedy and His Family
When President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, it was a national tragedy that rocked the U.S. population to its core. The president was shot to death while riding ...
94% of Americans Can’t Score at Least 7/15 in This Insane Knowledge Quiz
Surprising Things You Never Knew About US Presidents
Any time a new president takes office, different sides of them are exposed to the public, whether or not those are favorable is another story. In the age of the ...
Barack Obama’s Greatest Accomplishments in Office
When Barack Obama won the presidency in 2008, he swept into the Oval Office on promises of “hope” and “change.” In the eight years and two terms that followed, President ...
Watergate: A Timeline of America’s Most Infamous Political Scandal
Watergate is easily the most infamous political scandal in U.S. history, and has influenced U.S. politics for nearly 50 years. The criminal investigation surrounding the 1972 break-in at the Watergate ...
Remarkable Portraits of Abraham Lincoln Before His Presidency
Abraham Lincoln is mainly remembered as the 16th U.S. President who led the Union during the Civil War, and who prompted the chain of events that led to the abolition ...
What You Didn’t Know About the Trump Children
How much do you know about the Trump children? When Donald Trump began his presidential campaign, his four children and their spouses were launched into the national consciousness. The first family’s ...
Live From New York City: SNL’s Funniest Political Impersonations
For more than 40 years, Saturday Night Live has delivered late-night laughs to millions of fans across the world. The show’s writers and comedians provide poignant commentary on the nation’s biggest stories, more ...
Most Commonly Believed Myths Ever Debunked on ‘Mythbusters’
Over more than a decade, Mythbusters has tackled some crazy and widely held beliefs. What other show on television dared to ask, “Would an axe or a gun make a better ...
Remembering J.F.K. — A Quiz on the Assassination of a President
John F. Kennedy is remembered as a powerful speaker, leader, and President to the United States. Sadly, he may be more recognized for his assassination. Whether or not people agreed ...
5 Republicans Explain Why They Left the Party Since the 2016 Election
President Donald Trump was the antithesis of a conventional GOP nominee, so the abnormalities and shock value that often characterize his administration are far from unexpected. Trump’s election as a ...
How Much Do You Really Know About the JFK Assassination?
November 22, 1963, is a day that changed America forever. President John F. Kennedy was gunned down — many would say in the prime of his presidency — by Lee ...
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