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.
Olympic gold medals are among the most prestigious prizes in sports, bringing fame and fortune. But they're mostly silver, and worth just $576 in metals.
Modern U.S. presidents' records and artifacts are preserved for public access in presidential libraries. But these aren't your average libraries.
The hope Martin Luther King Jr. shared in his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963 still rings true. This poster honors his commitment to equality.
The U.S. remains a top destination for international travelers. Find out who is heading to America and where they go when they get there.
Around the United States, numerous memorials — some famous, some obscure — honor those people who served as U.S. president.
February is Black History Month in the U.S. Meet America's first black Marines, known as the Montford Pointers, and learn how they got their name.
The National Prayer Breakfast brings together religious, business and political leaders and has been attended by every president since Eisenhower in 1953.