In his Second Inaugural Address, Abraham Lincoln embodied leading in a time of polarization, political disagreement, and differing understandings of reality.
A hundred years ago, America was rocked by riots, repression, and racial violence.
In his last months, Ted Kennedy was inspired by passing the torch to a new generation.
Her owner planned to take her from California to slave-holding Texas, so Biddy Mason went to court. After a dangerous drama, she won her freedom.
Eighty minutes before Pearl Harbor, Japanese troops stormed ashore at Kota Bharu in Malaysia and fired the first shots of World War II in Asia.
The surprise U.S. victory over England in 1950 proved that Americans could also play the beautiful game.
The late Michael Nesmith, cerebral member of The Monkees, embodied youth unrepressed.