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Less than zero

Sep 17, 2019
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The Federal Reserve

When it came to the Federal Reserve, Bill Clinton turned silence into a strength

by Janet Nguyen Jul 20, 2018
Breaking with tradition, President Donald Trump has criticized the Fed in an interview.
Then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton pumps his fist during his celebration party on April 7, 1992 in New York.
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Why President's Day sales don't picture Ronald Reagan

by Sarah Gardner Feb 18, 2013
Did you spot any sales using presidents to hawk their wares? Ever wonder if that's... legal?
Inauguration Day

Notable firsts in inauguration history

by Chau Tu Jan 18, 2013
Tradition and ritual play major roles on Inauguration Day. Here are some of the firsts, both quirky and significant, that have occurred throughout history.
The Real Economy

Past presidential elections through campaign posters

by Kai Ryssdal May 21, 2012
Ralph Eubanks, director of publishing for the Library of Congress, talks about the new book, "Presidential Campaign Posters," and what has and hasn't changed about campaigning throughout the years.