If the Virginia governor is really interested in racial reconciliation, he can start by removing his state's Confederate monuments.
Virginia's attorney general is calling for Gov. Ralph Northam to resign.
The Roaring ’20s ushered in a new modernity and energy but also held the seeds of a great and devastating economic depression.
Something even bigger than policy was on the line in the 2018 midterms: the country's soul.
World War I caused deaths on a then-unimaginable scale, sowed the seeds of WWII and forever restricted our civil liberties.
Populism and progressivism were fueled by idealistic dreams, but in the end they were dragged down by self-interest and racism.
After many thousands of Northerners died in a war aimed in part at freeing the slaves, white America lacked the will to follow through.
Civil rights activists have decried the memorial known as "Silent Sam" at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, as a symbol of the state's racist heritage.