This is the story of Alexander Hamilton and Bill Clinton, two men whose affairs threw them in very different directions.
Sarah Stook looks back at ten of the most important women in United States political history.
Sarah Stook spotlights the women who weren’t married to Presidents, yet got the unofficial role of First Lady – the White House Hostesses.
Who would you rather have a beer with? This question has often emerged in campaigns as to who the more relatable candidate is.
Voters will head to the polls on May 6 for a slew of local elections, the Welsh and Scottish Parliaments, and the Hartlepool by-election.
Sarah Stook provides some fun, and not-so-fun, facts on this Presidents’ Day, when America honors its presidents.
Let’s learn about the incredible women who were married to future Presidents but who never got to play the coveted role of First Lady.
The political party factions of the United States are numerous, and understanding them can help predict future trends in American politics
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shattered obstacles and stereotypes to become a member of the Supreme Court of the United States.
From 1947 onwards, a member of America’s famous Kennedy family has been sworn in as an elected official. In 2021, there will likely be none.