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The president and first lady travel in an ‘imperial bubble’ where the US government books entire floors of hotels, closes down airports, a...
When members of the US presidential administration travel, their trips require more than booking flights and hotels. See inside the "imperial bubble."
15 Secret Service code names for presidents, first ladies, and first children — and the stories behind them
The White House Communications Agency assigns each member of the first family a code name for Secret Service agents to use while in office.
The sprawling estate is home to a 21-room mansion, lush gardens, a museum, an education center, and even Washington's dentures.
The tallest American president was Abraham Lincoln, at 6 feet 4 inches. President James Madison was the shortest at 5 feet 4 inches.
Half the US presidents were born in 4 states. These are the 21 states that have produced the most presidents.
Here are the 21 states that have produced the most US presidents, with Virginia and Ohio leading the way with a third of elected presidents.
As President Barack Obama reflected on his time as president, he had a way of acknowledging his waning time in office: a joke about his graying hair.
US presidents have had a substantial impact on the world that we live in. They've been placed at the helm of some of the most significant decisions humans have made in their history. These books give us a rare glimpse into the inner workings of their administrations and thought processes.
From owning giant blocks of cheese to a prolific wrestling history, here are some surprising facts about US presidents.
From Jimmy Carter to Donald Trump, living in the White House doesn't keep presidents and first ladies from taking time for romance over the years.
Dogs are the most popular pet for presidents. These 23 are some of the most adorable and well-known canines to grace the Oval Office.