Native American Senators Through U.S. History
Most U.S. Senators of Native American ancestry served at around the turn of the 20th Century.
African American Senators Throughout U.S. History
8 men and 1 woman of African American heritage have served in the U.S. Congress's Upper House.
Asian American Senators In U.S. History
Seven individuals of Asian heritage have served in the United States Senate as of 2016.
George W. Bush, 43rd President Of The United States
George W. Bush was a Yale graduate and an oil industrialist before following in the footsteps of his father as a U.S. President.
James Buchanan, 15th President Of The United States
James Buchanan saw the United States splinter and erupt into a full-fledged Civil War.
Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President Of The United States
Labor strikes and the end of the Reconstruction Era dominated the national spotlight during the Hayes administration.
William McKinley, 25th U.S. President
Before he was assassinated in 1901, McKinley was seen as an icon of the ever increasing global presence of the U.S.
Benjamin Harrison, 23rd U.S. President
The Harrison Administration is remembered most for its tariff, antitrust, and civil rights legislation.
Grover Cleveland, 22nd And 24th U.S. President
Grover Cleveland was one of only 3 Democratic U.S. Presidents between the Civil War and Great Depression.
Bill Clinton, 42nd President Of The United States
The former Arkansas governor pushed for insurance and welfare reform and the adoption of NAFTA during his time in office.
James A. Garfield, 20th U.S. President
Garfield served in the Oval Office for but a short while before being assassinated in 1881.
Franklin Pierce, 14th President Of The United States
Franklin Pierce found himself torn between his fellow Northerners and members of his own, pro-slavery, Democratic Party.
Millard Fillmore, 13th President Of The United States
As a Whig, Fillmore was the last President not to be affiliated with either of the current major U.S. political parties.
Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President Of The United States
The former war hero General was highly criticized for his competency as President, yet made great strides in Civil Rights.
John Tyler, 10th President Of The United States
John Tyler succeeded to the U.S. Presidency in the wake of William Henry Harrison's 1841 death.
Countries That Have Both A President And A Prime Minister
In a semi-presidential system, typically the President and Cabinet are kept in check by a legislative branch while overseeing domestic policy, while...
Prime Ministers Of New Zealand Through History
The first years of the official position saw the NZ head of state change hands back and forth between a small group of Kiwi elites.
Prime Ministers Of Canada Through History
Since 1867, 22 men and 1 woman have led Canada through some of the best of times and some of the worst of times.
The Organization Of American States (OAS)
The OAS has worked to achieve collaboration and diplomacy among New World nations since its founding in 1948.