Many Americans celebrate the second Monday of October as Columbus Day, a day where many can remember Christopher Columbus’s voyage in 1492.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took office amid protests and, after a coalition, hurt one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.
On July 2, 1776, America declared her independence. On July 4, 1776, Congress approved the Declaration of Independence.
Seventy-five years ago, on June 6, 1944, an armada of 5,000 ships, and 15,000 aircrafts supported allied troops that poured onto the beaches of Normandy.
In 1868 General John Logan called for a nationwide day to remember those who had served in the U.S. military.
On Monday one of the most famous landmarks in Paris caught fire. The 850-year-old Notre Dame cathedral was ravaged by a fire on Monday, causing its iconic spire to collapse.
It turns out, not everyone who goes to Harvard or Yale is as smart as you think they are. On Tuesday, Federal prosecutors charged 33 parents in a massive cheating and bribing scandal.
Every year March arrives and with it comes the beautiful color green. And I’m not talking about Spring finally making its debut- I’m talking about St. Patrick’s Day
2019’s Super Bowl took place Sunday at Atlanta, Georgia. Every Super Bowl has commercials, and everyone usually likes the commercials.
Christmas Day is generally considered the first day of Christmas and counting off until you reach the 12th day of Christmas which is today, January 5.
Christmas comes with many traditions, some of which are quickly dying out. One of these dying out traditions is the Christmas card.
Seventy-seven years ago, on December 7th, 1941, over 2,400 Americans were killed at Pearl Harbor. The day after the attack, former President Roosevelt made his famous “Infamy speech”.