The latest news on Civil War
A century separated JFK's assassination and the Gettysburg Address.
Critical ally, home to 900 U.S. troops, struggling under burden of refugees.
One child is still receiving payments from her father's service in the Civil War.
The deadliest exchange in the Civil War left behind carnage--and an opening for the Union.
Modern forensics may help identify heroes of the Monitor who perished at sea 150 years ago.
Reporter Jefferson Morley re-creates the forgotten race riot of 1835 and discusses how it shaped American politics today.
Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day, and its origins are largely forgotten.
Guy Gugliotta, author of 'Freedom's Cap,' discusses what it took to build the U.S. Capitol.
Pension recipients are alive, but in poor health
Newt Gingrich and South Carolina are cut from the same trouble-making cloth.