Gerald Ford Videos
Where Charles Manson and his followers are today: Part 11
Manson and some of his followers continue to serve life sentences in prison.
The USS Gerald R. Ford: By the numbers
Named after President Gerald Ford, who served on an aircraft carrier during World War II, the USS Gerald Ford is a physical representation of the future of U.S. military power.
Eagle Scouts Prepare to March in Trump Inauguration Parade
ABC News' Charli James speaks with Eagle Scout leader Rashid Abdullah and honor guard youth chairman William Cather about the Boy Scouts' history in presidential inaugurations.
What Life Is Like Growing Up in the White House: Part 4
Steve Ford was 18 years old when President Richard Nixon resigned and his father, Gerald Ford became the president.
Memorable Moments, Mishaps in US Presidential Inauguration History
At President Obama's inauguration in 2009, the chief justice botched the oath, and many wondered if Beyonce was singing live.
This Week in History: October 9-15
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Ford, Carter Rendered Speechless at First Presidential Debate
Sept. 23, 1976: An audio problem interrupts the first debate between presidential candidates Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford.
America 101: Why Do We Have Presidential Debates?
With the first debate just days away, former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau tells us why presidential debates have become so important during elections.
Democratic National Conventions: Past and Present
ABC News' Brad Mielke and Ann Compton tell us what to expect on the final night of the DNC and look back at past conventions.
Memorable Convention Moments on the RNC Floor
ABC News' Cokie Roberts, Ann Compton and Devin Dwyer talk about their most memorable moments from past conventions.