Fierce debate among early political factions led to many allegations of misdeeds and abuse of power in Washington's administration, but there was no serious misconduct.
The Senate's inquiry into a Kennedy Administration defense contract is considered one of the longest and most extensive congressional investigations ever undertaken.
There was widespread misconduct in Harry Truman’s administration, but historians discount the president's responsibility.
Though no scandals touched Eisenhower personally, the media showed occasional interest in the number of gifts he received.
To many voters—some Republicans as well as most Democrats—Hayes's title to the presidency was a fraudulent one.
Ulysses S. Grant had to respond to more charges of misconduct that took the form of financial corruption than any other president.
Did the James Buchanan know his Secretary of War, a future Confederate general, sent 110,000 muskets to armories in the South in 1860?
Monroe was seen guilty of impropriety, not wrongdoing. But his reputation suffered.
Prior to Watergate, Harding's bribery ring was regarded as the greatest and most sensational scandal in the history of American politics.