Originally built in 1870, part of the house had been remodeled, but a few pieces of history were still lurking, waiting to be discovered.
The New Jersey mansion was on the market for $10, but that bargain came with a hefty price no one wanted to pay.
Biden may not be ready to admit a crisis at the border, but experts are certain there is one - and they say it is decades in the making.
As murders skyrocket in Chicago, city officials are focused on trying to tear down statues of former presidents and historical figures.
While photos of the lighthouse illustrate its haunting beauty, it's a mercy the beacon no longer requires people on-site to operate it.
Trump warned against the 'merciless campaign to wipe out our history, defame our heroes, erase our values and indoctrinate our children.'
After using it as a glorified stepping stool for years, the woman eventually noticed there was something carved into the stone.
Even though the new South Carolina state flag was historically accurate, most people did not find it aesthetically pleasing.
With leftist America's embrace of cancel culture far from over, there's little doubt statues will continue to fall to progressive revisionism.
It was a reminder of the Progressive Era of the past, but a lesson for the kind of laws progressives are pushing today.
Donald Trump definitely has some of that Gen. George Patton spirit in him, and like the World War II hero, he recognizes God reigns over all
At an event honorning the first black congressman, Nancy Pelosi and James Clyburn ommited the fact that said congressman was a Republican.
In 1944, he spent time in Peer, Belgium, and was in a photo taken outside a bakery with several others, including a young Belgian boy.
Let's count our blessings, even as we push forward to get an open review of the election and hopefully a rapid end to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kamala Harris was not the first VP of color. Instead, that honor goes to Charles Curtis, a Republican who served under Herbert Hoover.
Here's to the Pilgrims, who were the first to establish government of, by and for the people on America's shores and who have inspired generations since.
The move away from glorifying our Confederate past might need to happen anyway, but it is up to the public - not bureaucrats - to decide.
The delicate operation by Polish navy divers ended as the earthquake bomb was detonated with no injuries and no damage.
Could 2020 be crowned the worst year on record? One expert named 536 AD 'one of the worst periods to be alive, if not the worst year.'
Those fighting to keep Barrett from the Supreme Court could use a reminder about what made Scalia such a powerful and effective justice.
Following Mendonsa's death in 2019, vandals spray-painted "#MeToo" on the sculpture, the Sarasota Police Department wrote in a news release.