On the heels of the War of 1812, society began to drastically change due to government action and technological innovation. As some Americans prospered, many were left to wither.
During times of war and unrest, American authorities have cited various reasons and laws to take children away from their parents.
Why did the Federalist and Republican factions each view its opponents as existential threats to the new nation during the Adams administration?
In establishing a centralized government, American elites struggled to find a balance between a top-down system and a system of the people. The arguments that raged in the late 18th century linger with us today.
The "Last Week Tonight" host argues that removing the racist symbols is a way to come to terms with American history.
U.S. history has produced some memorable words over the years. Can you identify the speakers in these classic clips?
"Depressing" is the director's word for a House action against Russia's alleged election meddling.
The director says children are more interested in the "horror film" version of the truth than what is taught as history.