Why political dynasties, from the Adams to the Clinton to the Bush families, are both loved and loathed in the United States.
The letter 'M,' when partly obscured by a head, has a tendency to make the head's owner to take on a rather diabolical aspect.
Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney have outlined plans to reverse widening income inequality, alleviate poverty, and provide 'opportunity for all.' However, evidence suggests that almost every time a Republican has moved into the White House, his policies have widened inequality.
In the early years of the country, it often took two tries to reach the White House. But in the past 100 years, only one candidate has come back to win after losing a presidential election.
From fusion energy to honeybee colony collapse, President Obama comes across as a serious science geek, says his chief advisor on science and technology.