President Barack Obama has named a new national monument in the northeastern state of Maine.
Graham Kinchen had an emergency when a sandbag wall near his home began to fall apart.
The U.S. National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday.
Ryan Lochte’s name stayed in the news this week, two days after the closing ceremony of the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics.
A famous bridge over the Potomac River is badly in need of repair.
As recently as 2014, people could use WiFi to connect to voting machines inside certain voting places in the state of Virginia.
It took just two weeks for lawmaker Howard Anderson Jr. to get a vote on his bill.
This week, a fast-moving fire forced American officials to order the removal of more than 82,000 people from an area north of San Bernardino, California.
On August 16, 1954, Sports Illustrated published its first-ever magazine.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton blasted opponent Donald Trump’s tax and trade proposals as she laid out her own economic plan Thursday.