From "fireside chats" on the radio to Twitter, presidents going back a century have adopted the latest technologies to communicate with the American people.
A combination of traditions, "checks and balances" and math all factor into how a bill becomes a law in the United States.
Americans — and the world — might feel they know almost everything about the president. But here are five facts that might surprise you.
If you are a citizen of two countries, who do you represent in the Olympics? Norik Vardanian from Armenia can tell you! Learn about his road to Rio.
Americans and Europeans celebrated the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. Washington hosted a flyover of planes from that era.
Many U.S. universities have chaplains who engage students in dialogues, organize service projects and help out in times of personal crisis.
Astronaut Joe Acaba, the first astronaut of Puerto Rican heritage, offered support to those affected by the hurricane that struck Puerto Rico.
These eight great artists have drawn on their Latin American roots as well as American experiences to shape the artistic landscape.
Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta, a lawyer skilled in labor and civil-rights issues, rose from modest roots to the top of his field. Here's his story.