Travel Guide To Mount Rushmore National MemorialPractical travel guide to one of the jewels of the National Parks System, Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Historian On 150th Anniversary Of Lincoln Assassination: Security Lapses Enabled ShootingOn April 14, 1865, actor John Wilkes Booth shot President Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre in Washington.
Your City Guide to Washington D.C.Refer to this guide to the best dining, lodging and attractions in Washington D.C.
Going, Going, Gone! Civil War Era U.S. Treasury Proof Sells For $96K At Long Island Auction Lynbrook auctioneer Phillip Weiss delightfully watched investors quickly move the bids higher, both in person and by phone.
Union Square Monuments Get Cleaned Ahead Of Independence DayIndependence Day is just two days away and New York City wants to make sure some of its monuments are ready for the celebration.
Poll: Bill Clinton Is New Jersey's Favorite PresidentIn honor of President's Day, the pollsters at Monmouth University asked New Jersey residents to name their favorite president of all time.
New Book On Abraham Lincoln Geared Towards Younger ReadersAs the nation marks President's Day weekend, a presidential scholar is out with a new book on Abraham Lincoln.
Keidel: Rooney Rules -- NFL Pride And PrejudiceSo far, 14 HC/GM positions have been filled over the last month, and all by white men. That must change says Keidel.
The 4 Best NYC Bars To Party Like A Pro AthleteHere are 4 of the best bars to have a beer and possibly bump into an all-star while you're out.
New-York Historical Society Reopens After $65 Million RenovationNew York City's oldest museum has shed its vault-like exterior for a luminous facade that invites the public to peer in, explore its vast treasures and experience them like never before through loads of new and fun interactive features.
Tax Filing Deadline Extended Three Days To April 18, 2011Taxpayers get an extra three days to file their federal tax returns this year, and they can thank the nation's capital for the extra time.
RFK's Copy Of Emancipation Proclamation For SaleA copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Lincoln and bought by Robert F. Kennedy is going up for auction and could fetch as much as $1.5 million.