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The Big Book, written by AA founder William “Bill W.” Wilson, has sold 30 million copies and is considered one of the most influential tomes in U.S. history.
On Presidents' Day, the ultimate poetry slam.
Visual artist Robin Bell says his light projections onto the hotel are "mile markers" to remind us: This is not normal.
The famous portrait of Washington launching a sneak Christmas attack on the British wasn't even painted by an American. The artist was German.
In 1914, amid the carnage of World War I, British and German soldiers emerged from their trenches to celebrate the holiday together. Here's how they described it in their letters home.
There were feasts of thanksgiving in Florida, Texas, Maine and Virginia before the famous one in Massachusetts.
I cursed myself for not having the guts to call, instead of praising my gut for telling me not to.
President Trump called the removal of Confederate memorials and statues "foolish," though Lee himself wouldn't have agreed.
If he hadn’t failed at the Battle of Fort Necessity in 1754, we might not be celebrating Independence Day.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is a true outsider like no other. Okay, like one other — Wendell Willkie.