If you get the nomination as a third-string candidate at a convention dominated by the KKK, you're probably going to lose.
For over 200 years, the most decisive stroke a President can make with his pen has been controversial.
Vladimir Putin embezzled money from his own neighbors while they starved, then waited like a spider for ultimate power to fall into his lap. He most certainly did not "come out of nowhere."
Read about how a surly lower-class kid from the grubby streets of Leningrad became the most powerful man in the world, and a 21st century tsar.
How could a campaign where both candidates were equally incompetent wind up as such a lopsided blow-out? Find out!
The epic electoral blowout of 1984 was without precedent in American history. Except for the last time it happened.
In an era when political journalism is basically dead, how do political journalists do when they try to write history?
Meet the oldest major party Presidential nominee in history--and the only one ever to do a Viagra commercial.
For the first (and last time), a major party nominated a candidate named Alf. It's doubtful the 1980s alien TV puppet could have done worse against FDR.
The affable New York judge and lawyer never had a ghost of a chance against a guy who ended up on Mt. Rushmore.