As many became rightfully upset over the fact that US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse politicized the deadly storm that struck Oklahoma this week and then dishonestly excused his reference to "cyclones in Oklahoma" as a mere "coincidence" the real story behind Whitehouse's speech from the floor of the US Senate went largely unnoticed.
A 20-by-30 foot American flag became the focal point of hope this afternoon as students, public officials, veterans and members of law enforcement and first responders gathered in the gymnasium of the borough's high school.
Fans of "Vegas," a new television series starring Dennis Quaid as Sin City's legendary Mob-busting Sheriff Ralph Lamb, likely don't care one way or the other that not a single scene of the CBS production was filmed in Las Vegas - or anywhere else in Nevada, for that matter.
Visitors to the Gettysburg National Military Park often pose with this statue of Abraham Lincoln that sits outside the park's museum and visitor centre.
The items from the pockets of the coat are on display at the Library of Congress, about two miles from Ford's Theatre.
John Williams helped Superman soar on movie screens, but another composer is now giving flight to Krypton's favorite son.
An ordinary Saturday working at the Fredericksburg Antique Mall became a day Barbara Watkins and Charlene Trueman will never forget.
One would be hard-pressed to select the most corrupt Presidential administration in US history.
The actor has been at Cannes making a documentary, Seduced and Abandoned, about the film festival.
Let me just get this out of the way. There's something you need to know about the pretty lady atop our capitol dome.
The recently found telegram from 1865 was signed by Lincoln who urged Union Army officials to allow Perry Harris to be discharged from service after an impassioned plea from his father.
The Army Heritage Trail, part of the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Middlesex Twp.
When a city, or a state, loses its daily newspaper, something of its soul is lost with it.
This is a gallery of tiny 'nanoflowers' grown on the surface of pennies and glass by engineers at Harvard University.
Asked about their recent history as Oscar rivals, Steven Spielberg and Ang Lee look at each other hesitantly before Spielberg graciously offers, "After you." The two have come to the Cannes Film Festival just months after facing off as the two favorites for best director at the Academy Awards.
Forget remote controls and ad breaks, when it comes to the best new films and TV, sometimes the best place to go is the internet.