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Former President Barack Obama went to Occidental College in Los Angeles and Columbia University in New York City.

The 34 colleges that produced the most US presidents

Which college produced the most US presidents in history? The simple answer is Harvard University, but here are all the rest that produced presidents.

18 of the most historic US civil rights moments of the last 150 years

For the last 150 years, Americans have fought for equal rights based on race, sex, or gender. We rounded up some of the biggest milestones.
The United States Constitution is the supreme law of the United States.

11 things you didn’t know about the US Constitution

The history of the US Constitution includes some unusual happenings and unexpected facts. Here are 11 things you didn't know about the Constitution.

12 things you didn’t know about the Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights has been around since 1791, but most people don't know much about it.
Trump attended a New York City school before transferring to Wharton.

The 34 colleges that produced the most US presidents

Which college has produced the most US presidents in history? The simple answer is Harvard University, but here are a number of other institutions of higher learning including Princeton, Yale, and William and Mary that have had a number of US presidents walk their halls.
Our 5th US president, for example, was still a teenager when the American Revolution began.

Many American Revolutionaries were much younger than you might think when they declared independence from Britain

Some of America's Founding Father's were shockingly young when the colonies declared independence from Britain in 1776. James Monroe, for example, was still a teenager and Alexander Hamilton was only 21-years-old.
Barack Obama with his grandparents, Stanley Armour Dunham and Madelyn Dunham, in New York in the 1980s.

What Donald Trump and other US presidents looked like when they were young

It's hard to picture what American presidents were like before they left their marks on domestic and foreign policy.

New York’s oldest restaurant is so iconic, George Washington celebrated winning the Revolutionary War there — here’s what it’s...

The oldest restaurant in New York, Fraunces Tavern, has been a landmark for nearly 300 years. We went to see what it's like.

‘Charlie, that’s beneath you’: Steve Bannon attacks Charlie Rose contentious ’60 Minutes’ exchange on immigration

A conversation between Steve Bannon and CBS' Charlie Rose grew particularly tense during a discussion of the role of immigrants in US history.