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Extreme weather events are sometimes called "acts of God," alluding to the fact that humans have no control over when they arrive or what they do. While this may be somewhat true, extreme weather like hurricanes, ...Read More
Summer has arrived—and with it comes socially acceptable white pants, hordes of children unleashed from the bonds of education, and fireworks. LOTS of fireworks.
Fireworks on the Fourth of July date almost all the ...Read More
Dozens of Confederate memorials around the United States were taken down on the heels of a 2015 shooting at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, that killed nine Black parishioners including the church’s pastor.
Following months of stay-at-home orders and business shutdowns due to the novel coronavirus, various regions in the United States on May 1 began the first phase of reopening. By May 20, each state that had these stay-at-...Read More
Every U.S. president has their likeness immortalized on the walls of the White House. While a picture is worth a thousand words, the stories behind some of their official portraits tell the story of America.
From ...Read More
Almosttwo yearsafter Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s controversial nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, the conservative-leaning court faces several decisions that could truly show just how much politics plays a role in the ...Read More