Since the Curious George series began in 1941, the beloved children’s book character has also celebrated different holidays.
Two years ago the U.S. states of Washington and Colorado became the world’s first legal marketplaces for recreational marijuana.
Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein has been dead for almost ten years.
North Korea released water from a dam near its border with South Korea Wednesday morning without warning.
Some Americans say July 4 is a perfect time for fireworks because of the U.S. national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner.
Global Witness says 2015 was the most dangerous year yet for environmental activists.
The movie “Finding Dory” is one of the most popular currently playing in the United States.
Michael Phelps has become the first American male swimmer to qualify for five Olympics.
The United States government is increasingly using social media to investigate people who may represent a security threat to the country.
Activists are voicing concerns about a new United States government report on human trafficking.