publication date: Monday, February 3, 2014 (part of Winter 2014)

category: Family

clue: His savings & loan collapse cost taxpayers more than a billion dollars, but it happened when his father was in the White House, not his brother.

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, LaVonne Lemler, Samir Mehta, Chris Lemler, Justin Woods, Joanna Woods, Richard Slominsky, Denise Sawicki, Mike Rothstein, and Aaron Shurtleff

Bad News Brothers: Being elected President of the United States is an honor, but having one of these screw-ups for a sibling is not. In recognition of Presidents Day, here are five goos who embarrassed their brothers in the White House, in reverse presidential order.

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Roger Clinton

His drinking and his high-profile failures at singing and acting created a headache for his brother's protectors. Go »

Billy Carter

It's fine to like beer. It's fine to name a brew after yourself. It's not fine when your brother is the nation's top diplomat. Go »

Donald Nixon

A loan from a world-famous aviator wasn't enough to rescue this businessman from failure, and the press never let his brother forget it. Go »

Sam Houston Johnson

It's a wonder that he had enough secrets left to write a tell-all family memoir, after airing so much dirty laundry in the press. Go »

James Patterson

You would need more than one Clue to solve a murder faster than this best-selling author of the Alex Cross and Women's Murder Club novels. Go »

Anson Mount

Prior to his current show about trains, this actor previously starred in a show about a mountain. Go »