The “Tubthumping” rockers bid adieu to the Iron Lady with a touching musical tribute featuring “Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead.”
After funding COVID-19 vaccine research and donating millions of books to kids, Dolly Parton definitely deserves a statue or two.
The Neglected Presidents line over at the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum gives the spotlight to Chester A. Arthur, Calvin Coolidge, and more.
'Voices of Change: Inspiring Words from Activists Around the Globe' is a book of quotes from notable activists throughout history spanning Frederick Douglass and Mary Lyon to Stacey Abrams and Greta Thunberg.
Built for Emily Vanderbilt with grounds designed by the man behind Central Park, Elm Court Estate is an American landmark. Now, it can be yours for $12.5 million.
'Law & Order: SVU' is known for its shocking twists, but in 2016 the show featured a surprise of a different variety: A cameo appearance from then-VP Joe Biden.
Most people know that Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the only U.S. President who served more than two terms. Here are some other FDR facts you may not have learned in your history classes.
On the day of the 2021 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, President Donald Trump will join the small group of presidents who skipped their replacement's swearing-in ceremony.
Massachusetts already has its fair share of state symbols (including Boston cream pie and Boston cream doughnuts), but you can never have too many.
Here is how much you can expect from your second COVID-19 stimulus check and when to expect it in 2021.
John F. Kennedy's stirring speech on September 12, 1962, sparked a passion for space exploration that eventually led us right to the moon.
The inauguration of a new U.S. President is a day of pomp and ceremony, of solemn oaths and dignified celebrations. But things don’t always go as planned.
Some people remember former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as the quick-witted "Iron Lady" who resolutely lead the U.K. through the end of the Cold War. Others recall her as a heartless conservative hardliner who tore down labor unions while str
In 'First Ladies of the United States,' a new book from the National Portrait Gallery, historical portraits of the women of the White House are paired with new essays.
Senators get free water, but they need to buy their own milk. And they can have flowers on the Senate floor, but only under very specific circumstances.
Residents of Washington, D.C., have no governor, no voting representation in Congress, and only limited local authority. The reason is simple: D.C. isn't a state.
Futurist leaders considered pasta an “absurd Italian gastronomic religion” that went against the grain of fascism (literally).
On November 2, 1920, a Black man attempted to vote in Ocoee, Florida—and sparked the bloodiest Election Day massacre in U.S. history.
Pedro Lascuráin, the Minister of Foreign Affairs for Mexico, found himself a pawn in a game that saw three presidents hold office in one day.
It’s a question that has been debated since the writing of the Constitution: Can Presidents pardon themselves?
‘The Fighting Shirley Chisholm’ will chronicle the trailblazing politician’s presidential campaign of 1972.
Lame duck presidents date back to the beginning of U.S. history, but we didn’t start calling them that until the 20th century.