You probably saw Concepcion Picciotto if you visited the White House over the past 35 years or so.
After the states agreed to ratify the Constitution, George Washington became the country’s first president.
There’s an unusual sport practiced in the northern United States, and the season only starts when winds start blowing and the temperature drops below zero degrees Celsius.
A Texas grand jury decided this week to clear the health care organization Planned Parenthood of charges that it sells body parts from aborted fetuses.
Nearly 700 animals in North Carolina are safe after being rescued from a shelter.
A 5-year-old boy in Afghanistan became famous on the Internet.
The Barbie doll has been a part of American culture for more than 50 years.
If you have not heard of Sia Furler, you have now, thanks to “Iko Iko” and Jimmy Fallon of the Tonight Show.
U.S. presidential candidate Ted Cruz has won the Republican party contest in the Iowa caucuses, the first in the United States.
One of the major ways we get sick is we touch surfaces out in the world, many made of metal or plastic.