On June 6, President Trump hosted an iftar at the White House, welcoming guests from many nations and embracing a tradition observed by previous U.S. presidents.
From "fireside chats" on the radio to Twitter, presidents going back a century have adopted the latest technologies to communicate with the American people.
Learn how first lady Melania Trump's newly unveiled agenda will benefit kids, and why a cause that's dear to her heart links her to so many of her predecessors.
When a U.S. president welcomes a world leader to the White House, what determines whether the visit will be a state visit or an official visit? Here's what you need to know.
President Trump welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron on April 23 as his first guest for an official state visit.
Ever wondered what the national security adviser actually does? Learn about the job and why one former national security adviser describes it as "the best foreign-policy job in government."
Modern U.S. presidents' records and artifacts are preserved for public access in presidential libraries. But these aren't your average libraries.
Some survived North Korea’s infamous labor camps, while others nearly starved. The eight escaped North Korea and met President Trump to share their stories.
During a visit to Israel, Vice President Mike Pence spoke out about Iran and condemned its support for terrorism. Here's a shareable quote.