When is International Women's Day?
International Women’s Day is observed annually on March 8 to reflect and celebrate the achievements of women across the...
What Is the Treaty of Waitangi?
The Treaty of Waitangi is the official document that founded the state of New Zealand as a British colony.
Who Was the Youngest President?
A list of the youngest US presidents.
What and When Are The Senate Elections?
The 2018 US senate elections will take place on November 6, 2018.
What Is Impeachment?
Impeachment is the process of a legislative body leveling charges against a government official.
What is the Black Lives Matter Movement?
Black Lives Matter movement began on social media in 2013 through the hashtag #blacklivesmatter.
What and When Is The House of Representative Election?
The 2018 US House of Representatives election will take place across the 50 US states on November 6, 2018.
What and When Are Midterm Elections?
The next US midterm election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
Why Might California Split Into Three States?
Cal 3 is a proposal to divide the US state of California into three separate states.
What Type of Government Does Ireland Have?
The government of Ireland is a parliamentary republic.
What Is Filibustering In Politics?
Filibustering is a political technique used by members of parliament to delay or utterly avert deciding on a proposed bill or amendment.
What Is DACA?
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) law allows some minors to stay in the US even if they entered the country illegally.
List of US Presidents
A list of US presidents including dates served.
The 10 Youngest State Capitals
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma became the state capital in 1910.
The World's Shortest Serving President
President Pedro Lascuráin had the shortest presidential term in history.
When Did Bangladesh Become A Country?
Bangladesh declared independence from Pakistan in 1971.
Leaders of Communist China Throughout the Years
Mao Zedong was the most famous of Chinese Communist leaders, but not the only leader.
Calexit And Other Secessionist Movements In U.S. History
We look at some of the most notable of many secession movements in American history, the largest of which began the bloody American Civil War.
Can The President's Veto Be Overridden?
Yes, a president’s veto can be overridden.