Presidents Day is February 20. Learn why every U.S. president must take the oath of office upon assuming the presidency.
Many U.S. presidents previously held elective office, but not all. And some once held unusual jobs, which started them on their way.
History often transforms presidents into mythical figures, but U.S. presidential libraries help us understand these leaders and the eras they shaped.
Around the United States, numerous memorials — some famous, some obscure — honor those people who served as U.S. president.
Every February, Americans honor their presidents. Take our quiz to see how much you know about U.S. presidents. Share your results!
Learn about some of the pictures on display in the American Presidents exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington.
Modern U.S. presidents' records and artifacts are preserved for public access in presidential libraries. But these aren't your average libraries.
The U.S. has a holiday known as Presidents Day. What do you know about U.S. presidents? Test your knowledge with our interactive quiz!