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.
Directors Ava DuVernay and Nate Parker make searingly urgent cases that America’s legacy of slavery and systemic racism is not at all just a relic of the past.
I hope you'll forgive me if I suggest that the Iraq-Syria War against Islamic State is being conveyed to us via Snapchat Important things happen, they appear in front of us, and then POOF! They're gone.
Placing one of the most important black women in American history on the 20 dollar bill hasn't been so popular among some conservatives, the "Full Frontal" host explains.
Despite getting several years of American history while we're in school, most of us probably have only a foggy idea of who the woman chosen to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill was.
History shows that the GOP will probably survive Donald Trump; Ted Cruz once supported a ban on dildos; meanwhile, a New York Daily News writer argues vehemently against his paper's endorsement of Hillary Clinton. These discoveries and more after the jump.
HBO's "Last Week Tonight" is on hiatus, but that hasn't stopped John Oliver from releasing two funny Web exclusives that focus on history and education.
Here are good mustaches and beards and bad mustaches and beards as imagined in American popular culture and war propaganda, as a way of contextualizing today’s hero-worship of the backwoods conservatives of "Duck Dynasty" and villainization of the backwoods conservatives of the Taliban.