Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.
When John Adams penned a letter to future First Lady Abigail Adams on July 3, 1776, he guessed how future generations of Americans would celebrate Independence Day with remarkable accuracy.
Some are eloquent quotes worthy of the holders of the highest office in the nation, and others... aren’t.
Your guests will delight in these on-theme American classics; you will delight in delivering to them bits of musical Americana, one song at a time.
Ask the right questions about fireworks, and your Fourth of July is sure to pop!
Fireworks. Barbeques. Trips to the ER. Sick of doing the same old thing every Fourth of July? Abandon the same old-same old and celebrate like our presidents do. Here’s how.
Chalk the Philly landmark’s famous blemish up to faulty building materials from across the pond.
Happy Fourth of July!
To celebrate Lady Liberty's reopening—and Independence Day, of course—here are some little-known Liberty facts.
Here's how our Founding Fathers and Founding Mothers wooed each other.
The official “dog days” of summer begin on July 3 and end on August 11.
People who claim they don’t need food to survive are nothing new.
Look at how happy he is!