Supreme Court Immunity Ruling Would’ve Been a Gift to Nixon

Miller Center expert Ken Hughes tells UVA Today that Nixon would have been astonished at this judicial largesse

LBJ signs Medicare Act

In the beginning: Medicare and Medicaid

The law LBJ signed on July 30, 1965 directly affects more than 100 million Americans

Shield of the Republic

The long shadow of the evil empire

On the Shield of the Republic podcast, Eric Edelman discusses the history of the Cold War

Biden NATO

Ghosts at the Banquet

Spectres from the past attended the 2024 Washington NATO summit, writes Eric Edelman

Nixon waving goodbye

Nixon's resignation and its aftermath

August 8, 1974: Nixon announces his resignation—and changes the presidency forever


Miller Center Studies on the Presidency

The Miller Center's special imprint at UVA Press advances scholarship on the American presidency


Miller Center Governing Council

The Miller Center's Governing Council is a diverse board of directors that guides our nonpartisan work on presidential scholarship, public policy, and political history, providing critical insights for the nation's governance challenges.