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The newest episode of the Presidential podcast examines the many ways in which President Coolidge's legacy has been transforming.

The newest Presidential podcast episode explores racism, women's suffrage and American diplomacy.

In this new episode of the Presidential podcast, we look at the leadership and legacy of William Howard Taft.

The new Presidential podcast episode examines the unstoppable energy of Teddy Roosevelt.

In the new Presidential podcast episode, Republican political strategist Karl Rove dissects lessons from the 1896 campaign.

In the newest Presidential podcast episode, we explore Benjamin Harrison's unsung conservation efforts.

Set a budget and don't over-schedule.

On this episode of "Posting Up," Tim Bontemps answers reader questions about the NBA Finals and discusses how the opening two games of the series have played out.

Does being honest to the press have any correlation to being ethical and upstanding as a president?

How did one of the greatest beneficiaries of this spoils system end up being the president who passed civil service reform?

On this episode of the Posting Up podcast, host Tim Bontemps talks to USA Today's Sam Amick after they covered an all-time great NBA playoff games: Golden State's win over Oklahoma City in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals.

It all started with young people moving to cities and women working outside the home.

Though Garfield only served 100 days in office, his assassination brought two important changes to the country.

How does a vicious, close and disputed election spill over into a presidency? We explore that question in the newest episode of the Presidential podcast.