As 2017 draws to a close, we share our most popular articles that were published this year.
Thinking of ditching your landline? Make sure you understand the pros and cons first.
Do you know which president’s podium caught on fire, who gave the longest inaugural address, or who first wore long pants to his inauguration? Find out with these inauguration facts!
At what point do our adult children cease to be the adoring babies we once knew? One writer shares her very personal story. ‘
Which president had the most embarrassing relative? From drunkards to doofuses, here is our list of the 8 worst offenders.
What it means to be an “average American” today is in many ways so different from what it meant a century ago, when the United States entered World War I.’
Gaffes, for any president, seem to be inevitable. Below is a list of the eight most regrettable moments from the highest office.’
Fifty years ago, the Post featured bathing suits with low backs and cut-outs that were considered slightly scandalous. Even some modern readers decided this 50-year-old article was too much for them!’
David Apatoff shares the story of the time Norman Rockwell inadvertently played matchmaker for a neighbor’s daughter.’
Which president was the most popular? Whose approvals fell most dramatically? Our 11 facts about presidential approvals show you the most loved and loathed.’
Scientists struggled to mass-produce penicillin until two doctors found the perfect moldy cantaloupe at a market in Illinois.’
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