01:22 — The 1980 Republican National Convention held its collective breath when news broke that President Gerald Ford was considering being Ronald Reagan's ru (more…)
03:12 — "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson recalls the general election debate between incumbent President Gerald Ford and Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter i (more…)
00:37 — Walter Cronkite interviews Gerald Ford about the potential of being Ronald Reagan's VP. Ultimately, Reagan chose George H.W. Bush to fill the ticket.
00:47 — President Gerald Ford accepts the nomination to be the 1976 Republican candidate for president.
08:20 — Gerald Ford delivered his inaugural address on August 9, 1974, after President Richard Nixon's resignation. Watch Ford's full remarks.
04:12 — Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali joined "Face the Nation" on May 2, 1976 to discuss the electoral contest between Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, and to ref (more…)
14:12 — President Trump spoke Thursday aboard the U.S.S. Gerald Ford, a new Navy aircraft carrier. He praised it as an example of U.S military power and addre (more…)
04:25 — Muhammad Ali spoke about being a Muslim American during a 1976 interview on "Face the Nation." He also comments on the state of the presidential race (more…)
04:24 — Politicians and presidential candidates have been skewered on “Saturday Night Live” since Chevy Chase first impersonated Gerald Ford, and the iconic t (more…)
24:36 — Reagan challenges Gerald Ford for the GOP nomination.
07:48 — A White House aide, Nancy Reagan and former President Gerald Ford help President Ronald Reagan practice for an upcoming meeting with Soviet leaders.
03:53 — The U.S. Navy will launch its new super-carrier named for the late president Gerald Ford in a ceremony at the Grumman Shipyard in Newport News, Va., o (more…)
01:15 — Biography of U.S. President Gerald Ford.
It's the first new aircraft carrier designed in 40 years and requires fewer Marines and sailors to operate.
In 'This Day in History' video clip, learn about different events that have occurred on September 22. Some of these events include the establishment o (more…)
Tim Naftali joins HuffPost Live to explain why Gerald Ford was the only President that wasn't driven by ego.
Trending TonightSee all »
Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner, American Gods and more