Two new episodes of Second Decade trace the history of America's most famous address from 1809 to 1861.
Jefferson spent at least $9,253.01 (in 1808 dollars) on wine while President. Adjusted for inflation, that's a pretty huge wine bill!
We're used to seeing the President's office in modern times. Here's what it looked like at the beginning of the last century.
A fascinating look into the private White House. That wallpaper has got to go, though.
If you walked into the Oval Office for the first time with all of that responsibility, what would be going through your mind?
One guy buzzed the White House in a stolen helicopter. Five days later another tried to hijack a plane to crash into it. Who were these odd people?
Forty-two years ago today, sometime in the afternoon of June 23, 1972, a conversation occurred in the Oval Office between President Richard M. Nixon and [...]
This portrait of George Washington, painted by Gilbert Stuart in 1796, has an illustrious history. When I went to do this article I thought it [...]
Look at the above photograph, one of the most famous pictures ever depicting the Presidency. All you need to know is that the man hunched [...]
An open letter to the British. Dear Great Britain: Let me preface this letter by saying that I love your country. I really do. London's [...]