Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin says the "bank holiday" is Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s defining moment of presidential leadership.
Historian Evan Thomas details Eisenhower's decision to push back on the military-industrial complex during the Cold War.
Author Cornelius Bynum explores Truman’s desegregation of the U.S. military, which went against public opinion and military leaders.
Author David Maraniss discusses Clinton's defining moment of presidential leadership: getting an assault-rifle ban through Congress.
“It’s impossible to patch the gaping security holes in U.S. election security by Election Day.”
“No hacker in Moscow can reach across the World Wide Web and alter what your ballot says.”
“Hackers rely on automated processes that make it easy to hack the machines used for tallying votes.”
“There is a solution to this problem, and it’s maddeningly simple...go back to the paper ballot.”
“Most elections truly are local and it would be nearly impossible for a foreign adversary to touch them all with a single effort.”