Who put the Flack in Flackville? That would be brick manufacturer Mr. Joseph F. Flack.
There's a new Portuguese water dog roaming the White House grounds. Now that Sunny has joined Bo, let's look back at some of our favorite White House pets.
The outdoor movie theater, born in 1933 in Pennsauken, N.J., turned 80 on June 6.
There's something comforting and familiar about old American advertising. But vintage ads from other countries aren't always so predictable. Especially those from Russia.
Summer's here, and for many of us that means the season of squirt guns and Super Soakers is upon us.
Just as today pirates walk into cinemas around the world and record movies from the screen to sell as knock-off DVDs before a major release, so back in the 1600s unscrupulous businessmen would walk in
Six and a half million Britons went to bed on September 2, 1752, and woke up on September 14. The reason? The Calendar (New Style) Act of 1750, of course.
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.
The West Edmonton Mall is the biggest shopping center in North America, and formerly the biggest mall in the world.