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A Look Back at Presidential Families Through the Decades

Over the last century, when we look back at who has occupied the oval office, there is one thing each president has had in common despite party differences: they've all had what society considered to be a "presidential" looking family. Americans have become accustomed to seeing a married father and mother, kids they share together, and their pets. From the Roosevelts to the Kennedys to the Obamas, we've really only seen "traditional" family structures occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. But…

Presidents ranked from worst to best

Donald Trump, Barack Obama, George W. Bush – how do the presidents of our era compare with those who came before?

Witches in the White House: A Brief History of First Ladies Into the Occult

Over the years, several presidents' wives—including Mary Todd Lincoln and Nancy Reagan—turned to spiritual practices like seances and astrology.

The 8 Worst Presidents in U.S. History According to Historians

Ever wondered who the worst presidents in history are? Find out who the worst U.S. leaders have been, according to presidential historians.

President Lyndon B. Johnson Dies

Lyndon Baines Johnson died at his ranch at 4:39 p.m. on January 22, 1973 at age 64, from a third myocardial infarction (heart attack). His death came two days after Nixon's second Inaugural, and on the same day that a ceasefire was signed in Vietnam and almost a month after another former president Harry S. Truman died. His health had been affected by years of drinking, heavy smoking and stress; the former president had severe heart disease. He had his first, nearly-fatal, heart attack in…

First Ladies Live Longer: Top-Secret White House Fountain of Youth?

A quarter of a century has passed since Nancy Reagan was First Lady of the United States. Last week, she achieved another notable benchmark. Born in the working-class neighborhood of Flushing, Quee…