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Hillary Clinton, Melania Trump, and Laura Bush all dealt with scandals.

10 scandals involving first ladies you completely forgot about

From a fatal car accident to relying on astrology to make decisions, these are the most bizarre "scandals" first ladies have found themselves in.

Meet the Bush family: A guide to America’s preeminent political dynasty

Learn the lineage of the Bush family, which became one of the United States' iconic political dynasties
Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally, Chrysler CEO Robert Nardelli and GM CEO G. Richard Wagoner, Jr. testify during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on Capitol Hill November 18, 2008 in Washington, DC.

GM, Ford, and Chrysler almost died a decade ago during the financial crisis — here’s how the auto giants have changed since

The US auto industry almost died a decade ago amidst the worst financial crises since the Great Depression, Each of the "Big Three" automakers — Ford, GM, and Chrysler — took their individual path to recovery.

The epic story of how the Bushes took over America

How the Walker and Bush families amassed their fortunes and political power.
Protesters gather in front of the Supreme Court in January 2017 to mark 15 years since the first prisoners were brought to the US detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

‘She was up to her eyeballs in torture’: Trump’s nominee for CIA director oversaw the torture of detainees under Bush

Gina Haspel, the president's pick to lead the CIA, helped implement the agency's torture program under the George W. Bush administration.

The CIA paid psychologists $81 million to devise brutal tactics for use on terror suspects, and they’re suing

Public documents suggest the CIA program was led by military psychologists John Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell, whose techniques are widely seen as torture.

The Bush administration is in rescue mode for GOP politicians endangered by Donald Trump

Condoleezza Rice will reportedly be assisting down-the-ballot Republicans, along with former president George W. Bush.