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Presidents of the United States

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  • New course at community college focuses on U.S. presidential scandals

    Commander in chief, leader of the free world, POTUS (President of the United States) — these are common monikers for the U.S. president. Yet after taking Patrick Heline's class on presidential malfeasance, one might come up with a few other...
  • The Leopold case: bad behavior, vague crimes

    The Leopold case: bad behavior, vague crimes
    Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney today found Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold guilty on two counts of misconduct for using his executive security detail for personal and political gain. Reports of his sexual escapades and urinary malfunctions...
  • Eagle Archive: McDaniel talk offers glimpse into history of 'Presidents Club'

    Eagle Archive: McDaniel talk offers glimpse into history of 'Presidents Club'
    Time magazine editors Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy came to McDaniel College this month with a sneak peek into the most exclusive club in the world, "The Presidents Club." A year after the release of their critically acclaimed book, "The Presidents...
  • Time editors discuss new book about presidents at McDaniel College

    Time editors discuss new book about presidents at McDaniel College
    The four-story brownstone near Washington's Lafayette Park is one of the most exclusive hotels in the world. There's a fireplace in the master bathroom, and the thread counts on the sheets is high enough to rival the Four Seasons. And only four people...
  • Enter a gateway to the mountains, more in Thurmont

    The most famous attraction in Thurmont is one the general public will likely never see for themselves. United States presidents since Franklin D. Roosevelt have been coming to Thurmont for rest and relaxation at Camp David, the official presidential...
  • Elizabeth Warren, in spotlight, hits 'Late Show With David Letterman'

    Elizabeth Warren has insisted that she will not run for president in 2016, but she is back in the spotlight this week — hitting the campaign trail for vulnerable Democratic candidates and outlining her agenda to help the middle class during her...
  • First a portrait, now a book: George W. Bush takes 41 as his subject

    First a portrait, now a book: George W. Bush takes 41 as his subject
    It turns out that George W. Bush hasn’t been spending all of his post-White House time at his easel, painting portraits of foreign leaders and former pets. The 43rd president has written a biography of his father, the 41st president, George H.W....
  • Bill and Hillary Clinton's deal: a 52-year pact

    Bill and Hillary Clinton's deal: a 52-year pact
    As political marriages go, few have fascinated the American public more than Bill and Hillary Clinton’s 38-year union. Their bond faced strenuous tests during their journey from the Arkansas governor’s mansion to the White House. With the...
  • Murray Weidenbaum dies at 87; economic advisor to Reagan

    Murray Weidenbaum taught students at Washington University in St. Louis and presidents in the White House that government should get out of the way and let people and businesses work as hard as they can to achieve as much as they can. He preached...
  • Calif. Democrat John Burton endorses Reagan, tongue firmly in cheek

    Calif. Democrat John Burton endorses Reagan, tongue firmly in cheek
    For nearly a decade starting in the mid-1960s, Ronald Reagan was California governor and Assemblyman John Burton was his liberal nemesis in Sacramento. The two battled over school funding, mental healthcare and other social welfare programs. Burton...
  • At Arlington, JFK remembered with flowers, letters, prayers

    At Arlington, JFK remembered with flowers, letters, prayers
    ARLINGTON, Va. — From all over the nation they came to Arlington National Cemetery to pay their respects to President John F. Kennedy. On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, they visited his grave, where they left flowers, wreaths, pins...
  • Hail to the chiefs! A road trip to where presidents took their last breaths

    Hail to the chiefs! A road trip to where presidents took their last breaths
    Slowly my fingers slid along the surface. "You know, that's made of Quincy granite," our tour guide said, as my hand went down the edge of John Adams's tomb. Across the room, my travel partner — and future best man — Bryan Buckler did...