'We’re also working to restore good social studies standards that teach the history of the ideals of the institutions of liberty.'
How long is it going to take before this piece of living history is twisted by cynics into something evil?
Here's to the Americans who are protesting and going to court, when necessary, to preserve the Bill of Rights in our time.
One piece of paper from a Kentucky town devastated by a tornado that landed 130 miles away will allow one family's memories to live on.
White people do not bear the burden of introducing genocide and violence to North America; the native tribes fought each other before the Europeans arrived.
Someone just landed a significant piece of American history after a monumental sale of property that once belonged to George Washington.
Over 100 other, more professional treasure hunters have looked for signs of the hoard and have come away empty-handed.
The carved stones were believed to 'endow the wearer with their various depicted qualities such as heroism, faithfulness and love.'
The object was identified as a WW1-era torpedo, and the police soon called the Michigan State Police Bomb Squad to deal with the weapon of unknown status.
The British surrender at Yorktown came more than five years after the Declaration of Independence and after six-and-a-half years of war.
Of course, the million-dollar question now is how did these ancient artifacts make their way into the stomach of a giant reptile?
The statues will most likely be taking up residence at a museum now that their true lineage has been uncovered.
The rocket stayed buried in the middle of a field, becoming the brothers' sixth big V2 excavation project.
Another clue is the existence of petroglyphs and carvings of people worshipping bulls in the area, which seem to match the biblical account.
Hiding in Plain Sight: 'Lost' 17th-Century Masterpiece Uncovered in New York After Years of Searching
The church has loaned the painting to Iona College for three months, and it will be displayed in the Ryan Library.
A man from Sussex, England, was perusing old photos of his family's 16th-century home when he noticed something strange.
Thrift Shop Discovers 1870s Marriage Certificate Hidden Behind Painting, Reunites Family with Heirloom
No one seems to know how the certificate made its way to North Carolina, as none of the family lives there.
It's amazing - and not at all in a good way - what the education establishment wants to teach our children.
A name from the Old Testament surfaced in a recent excavation at Khirbet er-Ra‘i, near Kiryat Gat in the Southern District of Israel.
An unexpected discovery in Michigan's Cheboygan River led to a viral Facebook post and a heartwarming Father's Day for all.
'The recent attack on Roosevelt by the cancel culture mob is repellent. It is time to stand up to those who would recast history.'