The 89-year-old memorial honors men from Prince George’s County who died in World War I.
Levee project cost $4.5 million, is three years behind schedule and remains an eyesore on the Mall.
Francis Scott Key’s anthem keeps asking: Has the United States survived as a nation?
More than anything else, Gen. William T. Sherman’s “March to the Sea” broke the Confederacy’s will.
The money, given to the White House Historical Association, will fund the new center’s upkeep.
Which president loved squirrel soup? New White House Visitor Center reveals that and more.
District fire officials spoke to guests and described it as “a serious situation” but said they were safe.
No pampered panda, the American bison can run faster than a horse and burrow through snow for food
The new Civil War museum will be constructed at the site of Tredegar Iron Works on the James River.
The Library of Congress acquires a controversial Civil War image of a master and slave headed off to war.