History | History

Is It Time To Reconsider Ulysses S. Grant?

In the late 19th Century, the three individuals most widely regarded as the nation’s greatest presidents were George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and… Ulysses S. Grant?!

History | History

10 Things You Might Not Know About Calvin Coolidge

Our 30th president, born on the Fourth of July in 1872, once pardoned a raccoon.

History | History

America's 10 Tallest and Shortest Presidents

The average height of the U.S. presidents is 5 feet 10 inches, but there have been plenty of outliers in American history.

Miscellaneous | Interesting

The Perks of Being a Psychopath

"Always treat everyone with respect. You never know who is secretly a psychopath." - Alex Wayne, Diagnosis How does one go about identifying a psychopath? It's not easy, but researchers

Travel | Travel

How to See a Dozen Presidential Homes in One Road Trip for Less Than $220 | Mental Floss

Want to see the country while indulging your love of all things presidential? These three road trip itineraries show you how to get from place to place without breaking the bank.

History | History

45 Amazing Facts About All 44 American Presidents | Mental Floss

Read on to discover which American president wanted to be a concert violinist, which carried a dictionary around in his pocket, and who burned his official White House portrait.

History | History

Presidents didn’t always pardon turkeys. Some birds became dinner.

Or sometimes they became pets, like when President Lincoln's son kept the bird and named it Jack.

Politics | Politics

Marco Rubio Uses Obama's Own Words Against Him After Former President Calls for 'Decency'

When Obama invoked 'decent' or 'decency,' however, he spoke exclusively of Democrats.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Did William Henry Harrison Really Die of Pneumonia?

People are still torn over the belief that the ninth president died of pneumonia after not wearing a coat to his inauguration.

Politics | Politics

The REAL Worst. President. Ever.

People are debating who will be more disastrous for the country, Trump or Clinton. But James Buchanan takes the cake.

Politics | Politics

Former first lady Nancy Reagan dead at 94

Famous for her anti-drug crusade in the 1980s, the one-time actress had many passionate pursuits both in and out of the White House

Politics | Trump Politics

Is Trumpism supplanting Reaganism? - Conservative Intelligence Briefing

The Briefing, Vol. III, Issue 28- This week: Can anyone or anything stop Donald Trump? The American Right’s island of misfit toys

History | History

All 43 Presidents, Ranked by How Hard They Partied

You want to know who the "Gentleman Boss" president was. Trust us.