Madame Secretary gave the popular vote loser the greeting he deserves.
The 41st president was far from a hero when it came to HIV, but he was in lockstep, if not ahead, of the average American at the time.
Our October 1992 cover story explores how George H.W. Bush — desperate to be reelected — formed an unholy alliance that haunts us still.
While many praise the late president as a political moderate, some activists say his record on AIDS deserves scorn.
From Chevy Chase as a clumsy Gerald Ford to Kate McKinnon as an eager Hillary Clinton, SNL has shaped the way Americans view our presidential candidates.