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Abraham Lincoln

America counted on its greatest president in its greatest conflict. Honest. Go »

Adolf Hitler

This German architect of death became one of the most reviled leaders in world history. Go »

Al Gore

The contest for President this fall could see... um, blood. Go »

Al Gore

While not spending his time inventing the Internet, this former VP is looking to earn his second Nobel. Go »

Alexander Hamilton

Ten dollars says you can't take this goo to the bank. Go »

Alger Hiss

Beware of snakes in the United Nations. Go »

Ali Hassan al-Majid

chemical brother Go »

Ali Khāmene’i

Whether the election results were fraudulent or not, it doesn't change who truly reigns supreme. Go »

Ali Khamenei

Iranians can elect anyone president, but this cleric holds the real power in the nation, and he has no term limits. Go »

Andrew Cuomo

Like his father before him, this Italian-American son knows politics in New York as well as his wife knows cooking on television. Go »

Angela Merkel

The most powerful woman in the world might not be able to save one of the world's largest economies. Go »

Angela Merkel

Germany is stolz darauf to have their Mutti once again be their Bundeskanzler. Go »

Angelo Errichetti

Camden was better off without this corrupt politician. Go »

Angus King

Being independent makes this Senator the main man for his home state. Who's the king? Go »

Anthony Scaramucci

This scary mooch, newly employed in the Trump administration, can do the fandango. Go »

Anthony Weiner

A man whose own name is a sexual euphemism had to expect a press firestorm after he sexted another woman on the Twitter account he used to interact with his New York constituents. Go »

António Guterres

To solve a global refugee crisis, the United Nations turns to its own refugee expert for guidance. Go »

Antonio Villaraigosa

The new mayor of Los Angeles hopes to make history for more than his race. Go »

Anwar Ibrahim

Some politicians have an unnatural obsession with the private affairs of their people. Go »

Ariel Sharon

It's hard to dismiss this old soldier and politician's influence on his Israel, even as he lies dying. Go »

Arnold Schwarzenegger

governator Go »

Ash Carter

This defensive cabinet member has the firepower to turn America's enemies to ashes. Go »

Augustus

This summery ruler became Rome's first emperor after his defeat of Antony and Cleopatra. Go »

Barack Obama

This 45-year-old junior from the land of Lincoln might someday charm his way to the White House. Go »

Barack Obama

Low approval ratings would make him hide in the corner of his office, if his office had any corners. Go »

Barney Frank

Frankly, it doesn't matter how much he has done for the civil rights of the man living in his house if he drove the neighbors out of theirs. Go »

Bashar al-Assad

How could he have received 89% of the re-election vote this year when his nation is torn in half by civil war? Go »

Bella Abzug

This colorful New York politician is celebrated for her championing of Equal Rights for women. Go »

Benazir Bhutto

Returning to the country you ran before they exiled you for corruption doesn't mean much if the new leader is so corrupt you're placed under house arrest. Go »

Benjamin Franklin

Frankly, this founding father-inventor-diplomat-author-businessman-postmaster-scientist-philanthropist-cartoonist couldn't have influenced America more even if he had become a president as well. Go »

Benjamin Netanyahu

This national leader, the first of his nation to be born there, is no reckless yahoo when it comes to diplomacy with the United States. Go »

Bernie Sanders

This senator from Vermont is running to become America's first self-described Socialist president. Go »

Bill Clinton

That commander-in-chief, he's a do-nothing draft dodger. Go »

Bill Clinton

philanderer in chief Go »

Bill Clinton

Is it 1996 or 2016? This do-nothing draft dodger and philander-in-chief is on the brink of returning to his 1990s home and becoming the nation's first First Gentleman. Go »

Bill de Blasio

NYC just elected this D who promises "I♥NY" even if the NYPD doesn't ♥ him. Go »

Bill Richardson

Could a fat New Mexican who used to be Clinton's secretary really have been president? Go »

Bob Dole

This Kansan senator ran for national office but was defeated, first by Walter Mondale and later by Bill Clinton. Go »

Bobby Jindal

The Bayou didn't expect to erupt in this kind of controversy. Go »

Boris Johnson

At the 2012 Olympics, the mayor of London became known to international audiences as the guy with that crazy blonde hair. Go »

Boris Yeltsin

Is it a sin to keep drinking after you resign, comrade? Go »

Boutros Boutros-Ghali

This Egyptian was better known for his humorously reduplicated name than for his humanitarian efforts as a diplomat and U.N. leader. Go »

Butler Derrick

Succeeding a man named after a Representative and Secretary of State, and succeeded by a man whose last name is synonymous with a tasty cracker, this former Representative is now a partner at a DC law firm. Go »

Carol Moseley Braun

As far as corruption goes, Nigeria has nothing on Chicago. Go »

Charles Grey

If you prefer your tea somewhere between black and white, this is the British prime minister for you. Go »

Charlie Crist

some politicians just won't ride off into the sunset Go »

Chris Christie

New Jersey's larger-than-life governor had a better shot at being president before he burned bridges with a scandal. Go »

Chris Christie

This gluttonous governor once seemed like a prime contender for 2016, before scandals about bridges and beaches became his legacy. Go »

Chris Stevens

The killing of this diplomat in Benghazi, Libya in 2012 continues to be a factor in the 2016 election. Go »

Christine O'Donnell

how do you spell controversy? Go »

Christine Todd Whitman

Funny how the governor of one of the most polluted states in the country could become Bush's first protector of the environment, but then, she lasted only as long as her loyalty. Go »

Claire McCaskill

This Midwestern senator overwhelmingly defeated her legitimate opponent in her 2012 bid for re-election. Go »

Colin Powell

State still gets a lot of phone calls. His name is pronounced :. Go »

Condoleezza Rice

It only takes a minute to cook national security. Go »

Cory Booker

Defending yourself from attacks by other mayoral candidates is normal, but defending against barbs from a late-night talk show host is not. Go »

Dan Quayle

potatoe head Go »

Dana Perino

She used to be the voice of the Bush administration. Now she's one of five voices talking on Fox News Channel. Go »

Dana Rosemary Scallon

She represented her country in Eurovision and in the European Parliament, albeit at two very different times in her life. Go »

Daniel Inouye

More hardcore than Rambo, this legal eagle was 3rd in line. Go »

David Axelrod

As he did in the campaign, this advisor keeps Obama's wheels spinning in the Oval Office. Go »

David Cameron

Britain's current prime minister is technically both right and honourable. Go »

David Cobb

Is it too corny to consider this GREEN goo for president? Go »

Dick Cheney

Just because you ran Halliburton and represented Wyoming doesn't mean you have to be a Dick. Go »

Dmitry Medvedev

This politician is a placeholder from St. Petersburg. Go »

Dominique Strauss-Kahn

This economist and IMF honcho was on track to become president of France until a New York maid became the first of several women to call him a rapist. Go »

Donald Rumsfeld

Was the invasion of Iraq carefully architected, or as random as a game of rummy? Go »

Donald Rumsfeld

He was both the youngest and oldest person to have been Secretary of Defense, under presidents Gerald Ford and George W. Bush. Go »

Dwight Eisenhower

He founded NASA and the interstate system, concluded the Korean War, and ended McCarthyism, but today he might be best remembered for the simple slogan, "I like Ike." Go »

Edward Winslow

He was a governor of the New World's first colony in what is today Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was also an attendee of the very first Thanksgiving in 1621. He was not, however, a teenager on Family Matters. Go »

Elbridge Gerry

This Massachusetts governor redrew electoral districts to give his party an advantage, and ever since then the process was named after him. Go »

Elizabeth Dole

She gets red and cross when you mention her husband's Viagra. Go »

Elizabeth Warren

Before Bay Staters elected this consumer protector, she needed protection from Cherokees who didn't like their heritage invoked. Go »

Eric Cantor

He can't (or won't) allow compromise in his house. Go »

Eva Perón

Don't cry if you can't recognize this popular (and young) South American politician and first lady. Go »

Evo Morales

This socialist candidate came out of (far) left field to become Bolivia's first native leader. Go »

Fidel Castro

The Comandante has been a dictator and a liberator, but he was never a baseball pitcher. Go »

Filippo Grandi

This Italian diplomat is a leading expert on refugees, but it would be a grand mistake to think he's the next leader of the United Nations. Go »

Francis Slay

This longest-serving local leader was preceded by the second, and succeeded by the first. Go »

Franklin D. Roosevelt

He too was not a prisoner of fate, but of his own mind. Go »

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Frankly, this relative of a Clinton advisor should've gotten off his ass more often. Go »

Fred Norris

This former mayor of St. Charles is a center of cultural arts. Go »

Fred Thompson

Electing this lawyer, senator, and actor would finally bring some law & order to the White House. Go »

Gabrielle Giffords

she was shot in the head Go »

Gary Johnson

This former New Mexican governor offers voters an alternative to Clinton and Trump on the ballot today, just like he offered an alternative to Obama and Romney four years ago. Go »

George Bush

If this ex-presidential dad helps someone win the round, then you can read his lips: No new goos! Go »

George Clinton

brought parliamentary influence to American government Go »

George LeMieux

This temporary politician got a lot more sunshine representing Florida than he would have in Russia. Go »

George Maxwell Richards

This head sled had better hurry up and have another kid. Go »

George Tenet

This secretive student's doctrine for passing tests was to steal answers from the foreign exchange students. Go »

George W. Bush

It would be kind of cool to have a president called by one letter. Go »

George W. Bush

This president had a one-finger answer for critics of his invasion of Iraq and handling of Hurricane Katrina. Go »

George Washington

He gave us a city, a state, a university, a bridge, a dollar, a quarter, and that big pointy monument in front of his old house. Go »

George Washington

crossed Delaware to reach the British Go »

Gerald Ford

Two abdications allowed this goo to ascend to the highest position. Go »

Golda Meir

golden grandma Go »

Gordon Brown

The scandal over exorbitant expense payouts has the tabloids asking: What can this prime minister do for you? Go »

Gustavo Díaz Ordaz

While maintaining the economy and his numerous changes were all good things, he'd still go down in history for what he ordered. Go »

Hamid Karzai

Amid turmoil, this Bush-approved politician became the first elected leader in his nation's history. Go »

Harry Reid

59% isn't much of a majority to lead. Go »

Harry Reid

What happens in closed-door meetings with his Senate Democrats, stays in closed-door meetings with his Senate Democrats. Go »

Harry S. Truman

Dewey defeated this atomic goo, and so can you. Go »

Harvey Milk

This politician's assassination meant one fewer gay icon in San Francisco, while his killer enjoyed his just desserts. Go »

Heather Boushey

She's an economist first, a mommy second, and a Clinton supporter third. Go »

Henry Kissinger

Making peace with this goo is possible, as long as you don't go to Cambodia for the answer. Go »

Herman Cain

Allegations of sexual harassment and adultery brought down this former pizza magnate's campaign for the GOP nomination. Go »

Hermann Goering

For his war crimes, this Nazi leader of the Gestapo and Luftwaffe was sentenced to death at Nuremberg, but committed suicide before it could be carried out. Go »

Hosni Mubarak

once the surveyor of all of Egypt, he can now only see it through the bars of his courtroom cage Go »

Howard Dean

Not only will this goo be guessed in New Hampshire, it will be guessed in South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and it will be guessed in California and Texas and New York, and it will be guessed in South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan. And then it will be guessed in Washington, D.C.! Yeeeaah! Go »

Hu Jintao

He governs 1.3 billion people, every one of them his equal. Go »

Hugo Chávez

In Venezuela, the poor help the poor, and power comes to those who fail to take it. Go »

Idi Amin

The problem with a military coup is that the bloodshed doesn't stop at the door of the capitol. Go »

Indira Gandhi

Twice elected prime minister in a patriarchal society, she was simultaneously the world's most admired public official and a corrupt authoritarian. Go »

Jack Potter

Neither rain, nor sleet, nor even snow will stop him from getting you your mail, unless of course you don't have the $$ for it... Go »

Jacob Zuma

This recently-elected leader is about to show that black presidents can be every bit as corrupt and divisive as white ones. Go »

Jalal Talabani

Here's one member of the Talaban that the Bush administration can really get behind. Go »

James Carville

Clinton campaigner and Republican romancer Go »

James Madison

This Founding Father is remembered for drafting the Bill of Rights, overseeing the Louisiana Purchase, serving eight years as president, and declaring war on Britain, but also for owning hundreds of slaves on his Virginia plantation. Go »

James Monroe

The best goo is that which is most likely to prevent the greatest sum of guesses. Go »

Jan Brewer

border-crosser ban certainly brewed controversy Go »

Jan Brewer

This governor has the perfect last name for a Tea Party candidate. Go »

Janet Napolitano

homeland securer Go »

Jeb Bush

It's been a while since we had a famous presidential brother who wasn't a total embarrassment. Go »

Jeb Bush

This Floridian governor doesn't seem to have what it takes to follow his father and brother into the White House. Go »

Jefferson Davis

It must have been tough to lead a fledgling nation that rejected national leadership. Go »

Jefferson Davis

How ironic that the man who failed to lead his confederates in a successful free nation shared his name with the author of the Declaration of Independence. Go »

Jerry Brown

The man nicknamed Moonbeam has been one of the youngest and oldest governors in California history. Go »

Jesse Ventura

The body is now the head... of state. Go »

Jim DeMint

Eight years in the Senate weren't enough heritage for him, so he left to find more. Go »

Jimmy Carter

It's hard to smile so much for peanuts. Go »

Joe Biden

He's bidin' his time until he can run for president to succeed his boss. Go »

Joe Biden

Our outgoing second-in-command-in-chief spends these days shooting at the moon for cancer. Go »

Joe Lieberman

Should he take over the country if the first three letters in his name are "lie"? Go »

Joe Wilson

If I say that only ordinary people are part of this series, there may be a lie involved. Go »

John Adams

not Paul Giamatti Go »

John Boehner

He can't (or won't) allow compromise in Eric Cantor's house. Go »

John Edwards

This politician's trial-by-fire was last year's presidential campaign. Go »

John F. Kennedy

I hope his classmates voted him Most Likely to Succeed, since he ascended to the highest office in the land. Go »

John Fetterman

When the steel mills close down and the gangs move in, maybe a big, bald, tattooed mayor (who sleeps in a warehouse) is the answer. Go »

John Hancock

Massachusetts minister and signature synonym Go »

John Kasich

Just because it's mathematically impossible for you to gain enough delegates to win the Republican nomination for president doesn't mean that you have to stop running. Go »

John Kerry

George W. Bush (0141) has been the Goo-in-Chief for four years. Will this goo replace him on November 2nd? Go »

John Major

prime major Go »

John McCain

Does being a maverick mean always having to remind people that you really truly are a Republican, honest? Go »

Joseph Stalin

If you can't recognize the leader who brought Russia into the modern world at the cost of millions of lives, you're just stallin'. Go »

Julian Castro

Keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention seems like quite a prominent role for the mayor of San Antonio. Go »

Julius Caesar

This leader crossed the Rubicon and failed to beware the Ides of March. Go »

Junichiro Koizumi

He might be Japan's most conservative Liberal leader. Go »

Justin Trudeau

His pretense to another great war was a precursor to following in his father's footsteps. Go »

Karl Rove

It's ironic that the man whose silver tongue helped elect a president has now created a scandal for talking too much. Go »

Kellyanne Conway

She's the first female campaign manager to lead a successful campaign for U.S. president. Go »

Kevin Rudd

This national leader is sorry it took so many generations to put an end to racial injustice. Go »

Kim Jong-il

Some Communist dictators are cruel, some are paranoid, and some are just crazy. This one might be all three. Go »

Kim Jong-un

North Koreans hope (or do they?) that like grandfather and father, like grandson and son. Go »

Leon Panetta

central manager Go »

Louie Gohmert

scared of babies Go »

Lyndon Johnson

Sam the Eagle likes presidents from Texas Go »

Lyndon LaRouche

safe houses couldn't keep this White House wannabe out of the big house Go »

Madeleine Albright

State must get a lot of phone calls. Not too bright, huh? Go »

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

The Middle East's newest president wants to have his nuke and eat the U.N. too. Go »

Manuel Noriega

Panamanian in Paris Go »

Marco Rubio

This Floridian senator thinks he has what it takes to become the first Cuban-American president. Go »

Margaret Thatcher

This ferric goo was Reagan's very popular counterpart in Britain. Go »

Margaret Thatcher

Meryl Streep demonstrated an iron will as this British prime minister. Go »

Matteo Renzi

Going from mayor to leader of the nation before your 40th birthday? Mica male. Go »

Michael Steele

It takes a man of mettle to herd these particular elephants. Go »

Michele Bachmann

pundits read a presidential run into her tea leaves Go »

Michelle Bachelet

Freedom and equality have reached the highest office of the Southern coastline. Go »

Mike Gravel

Some politicians take the road less traveled to the White House. Go »

Mike Huckabee

While this Arkansan pastor, governor, and rock star tries to sway more voters, at least he has Chuck Norris. Go »

Mike Pence

This Hoosier governor has newfound freedom to learn how contentious religion and public policy can be. Go »

Mikhail Gorbachev

гла́сность и перестройка Go »

Mitch McConnell

Jon Stewart's turtle impressions didn't keep Kentucky's most senior senator from becoming Senate Majority Leader this year. Go »

Mitt Romney

His history at "Bane" Capital might prove to be a fatal weakness against his nemesis Barack Obama. Go »

Muammar Gaddafi

after the Battle of Tripoli, Libya became free of its decades-long dictator at last Go »

Nancy Pelosi

It's about time a woman became head of household in Washington. Go »

Nelson Mandela

Most politicians go from office to jail... Could there be a black president? Go »

Nelson Mandela

The nation's first black president once made Matthew Preston victorious. Go »

Neville Chamberlain

He failed to prepare his nation for the gathering storm of Nazi Germany. Go »

Newt Gingrich

like his namesake animal, this former politician has a new career producing dangerous toxic secretions Go »

Nicola Sturgeon

There's something fishy about this politician trying to lead Scotland out of a post-Brexit U.K. three years after another failed independence campaign. Go »

Nigel Farage

Nobody should be more excited about the Brexit than the guy who has, off and on over the last decade, led a political party founded on the notion of independence. Go »

Pat McCrory

This Southern governor might forever be remembered for declaring where people get to pee. Go »

Paul Ryan

In January, this fiscal conservative and fitness buff could become the first vice president from the state of Wisconsin. Go »

Peter Mutharika

How can you go from being a law professor to a leader of a country in three years? Family connections help. Go »

Peter T. King

he made sure that American Muslims were heard (who's the king?) Go »

Rahm Emanuel

the new fucking mayor of Chicago Go »

Ralph Nader

Maybe if he came with seat belts and air bags, he'd have more than 5%. Go »

Rand Beers

He's in charge of our national protection and programs, under his boss Janet Napolitano. Go »

Rand Paul

This Libertarian with a first name that appeals to his conservative base might someday have better luck running for president than his father did. Go »

Raúl Castro

His re-establishment of diplomatic relations with America might make him more revolutionary than his older brother. Go »

Ray Nagin

So far, he has managed his city's greatest disaster with calm desperation. Go »

Reince Priebus

This nonsensically-named chairperson hopes he can do for Donald Trump nationally what he did for Scott Walker and Paul Ryan in his home state. Go »

Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres

In a country where the arts are like a national religion, this holy man wants to sanctify authors' rights. Go »

Richard Nixon

This ex-president was not a crook, thanks to his subsequent pardon. Go »

Richard Nixon

He retired and told the press they wouldn't have him to kick around any more, then went on to become the nation's most disgraced president. Go »

Rick Perry

not the only star in the Republican Party Go »

Robert Gates

It's important to have an intelligent secretary when you need a good defense. Go »

Robert Mugabe

Is Zimbabwe stuck with more years of corruption? Go »

Rod Blagojevich

Who says I can't get paid anything for the answer to this f---ing goo? I'm sitting on something golden here and I'm supposed to let people guess for free? F--- them! Go »

Rodrigo Duterte

If you want a president who's tough on crime, how about one who has personally executed suspected criminals? Go »

Ron Paul

His 2008 revolutionary manifesto is a call to noninterventionist arms. Go »

Ronald Reagan

Eureka! I was going to say something about drafting salt, but I forgot... Go »

Ross Perot

19% popularity isn't normally considered a success, especially when it's costing you millions. Go »

Rudy Giuliani

New York counted on its greatest leader in its greatest conflict. Honest. Go »

Rudy Giuliani

"America's Mayor" helped his city cope with a massive terrorist attack, but he never became "America's President." Go »

Rufus King

He never became president, but this Harvard-educated founding father and New York senator did advance the cause of abolitionism. Who's the king? Go »

Saddam Hussein

The world is safe for goos again with this malevolent despot out of power and into a jail cell. Go »

Saddam Hussein

The former ruler of Iraq now calls a much hotter place home. Go »

Salmon Chase

He founded the national bank, introduced paper currency, and presided over the Supreme Court, but he's most remembered today for his name -- because one of the biggest banks is named after him, and because his name sounds like "fish pursuit." Go »

Samantha Power

One of the most powerful women in the world is still remembered for her monstrous opinion of one of the other most powerful women. Go »

Samuel Adams

On Jeopardy!, this governor would appear in the category called Potent Potables. Go »

Sara Kyle

If you have the authority to regulate Tennessee, be careful how you direct it. Go »

Sarah Palin

John McCain hopes his opponents pale in comparison to this Alaskan governor. Go »

Sarah Palin

She made "drill, baby, drill!" a popular slogan of the 2008 presidential election. Go »

Scott Walker

After walking away successfully from two bruising confrontations with Wisconsin's organized labor, he might now be on a path to the presidency. Go »

Sean Spicer

To me he is in Trump's back pocket and is his little puppet, but he can really spice things up in press conferences as Trump's White House Press Secretary. Go »

Ségolène Royal

Sovereignty ascends with a rose in hand. Go »

Silvio Berlusconi

To identify one of Europe's most notorious heads of state, you'll have to be familiar with Google Italia. Go »

Sonia Gandhi

Would you believe the head of Congress and the most powerful woman in the government is Italian? Go »

Stephanie Cutter

One of Obama's campaign managers gets criticized for her slicing remarks. Go »

Steve King

Iowans say the darnedest things (who's the king?) Go »

Strom Thurmond

This Southern segregationist made Senate history with an epic 24-hour filibuster and an epic 49-year term that saw him still serving South Carolina at 100 years of age. Go »

Stubbs

There's something Egyptian about this Alaskan mayor's office. Go »

Tammy Duckworth

She lost two legs in Iraq, but she gained the strength to run for Congress as a representative and later senator from Illinois. Go »

Ted Cruz

Cruising into the White House won't be easy for this Texas politician born north of the border. Go »

Ted Stevens

If you want to bribe me for the answer, you'll have to send payment through a series of tubes. Go »

Theodore Roosevelt

Teddy bears and Mount Rushmore are lasting signs of this safari-loving Rough Rider's popular presidency. Go »

Theresa May

She may not last until December if she can't fix the mess created by "Leavers." Go »

Thomas Jefferson

after two other presidents, he declared that it was time to move on up to the White House himself Go »

Thomas Jefferson

Americans both black and white can claim this independence-declaring founding father to be their ancestor, but they can't claim him to be James Madison. Go »

Tim Pawlenty

In the volatile race for the current GOP presidential nomination, this Minnesota governor turned out to be all bark, no bite. Go »

Tom DeLay

This Congressman can't wait to get back out on the floor and dazzle his colleagues. Go »

Tom Ridge

Homeland security literally starts with this Pennsylvanian. Go »

Tom Vilsack

Obama's longest-serving secretary knows plenty about Iowan agriculture. Go »

Vladimir Lenin

He started the revolution-of-the-month club. Go »

Vladimir Putin

Put in for the job, he's rushin' to do well. Go »

Vladimir Putin

His assassination of rivals and his seizure of neighboring land makes him one of the most dangerous world leaders, despite his frequent shirtlessness. Go »

Vyacheslav Molotov

This early Soviet bureaucrat and associate of Stalin spent decades in office, but is better known today as the namesake of an incendiary "drink." Go »

Wayne LaPierre

One of the most effective lobbyists in Washington D.C. doesn't even have to use a rifle to intimidate lawmakers, although he'd fight to keep that legal too. Go »

Wen Jiabao

He governs about 50 people who are more equal than others. Go »

Wendy Davis

Whoever took over this long-winded, pro-choice Texan's state senate seat has some big (pink) shoes to fill. Go »

Winnie Mandela

Controversy has followed this courageous leader... Could there be a black first lady? Go »

Winona LaDuke

She ultimately failed to make Cheney and Lieberman green with envy. Go »

Winston Churchill

He outlasted Chamberlain and outwitted Hitler to become Britain's greatest Prime Minister. Go »

Xi Jinping

The world's most powerful Communist has a dream for his nation. Go »

Yael Dayan

This former Lieutenant and newspaper columnist has become something of a political renegade fighting for women's rights and gay rights. Go »

Yulia Tymoshenko

Her party's victory helped coat the halls of government in orange, and that's not just hot air. Go »

Zachary Taylor

If George W. Bush was known as "W," and Barack Obama's campaign logos were based on the letter O, this was the only president who could have gone by Z. Go »

Zine El Abidine Ben Ali

as Tunisia was the birthplace of the Arab Spring revolution, it's fitting that her leader was the first to fall Go »