The early colonial settlements along the Eastern seaboard, including Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, are among the best places for an historic vacation in the US.
Starting on Sunday at 3 a.m. drivers will have to pay more to cross Port Authority bridges and tunnels.
For more than a century, Evacuation Day was celebrated each Nov. 25, marking the day British troops left New York City through the Battery in 1783. It was one of the city’s biggest holidays.
If it is indeed the home of the legendary watering hole, the discovery could mean that a building that is perhaps Manhattan’s oldest is slated to demolished.
Independence Day is just two days away and New York City wants to make sure some of its monuments are ready for the celebration.
The Atlantic 10 may have lost brand name schools like Temple, Xavier, and Butler, but everyone else in the league improved since the end of last season.
Much of America’s story was forged on domestic battlefields. Honor those who died for our freedom with a wartime heritage site visit.
If you’re looking for great natural scenery, small town charm, and a maybe a bit of exercise, our latest One Tank Trips installment is for you.
It feels like the same story keeps repeating itself for Rutgers.
George Washington dominated Hofstra 52-22 in the paint and 40-27 on the glass.
Some of the historic spots that would benefit from the funding include George Washington’s camp in Morristown and the British campground in Middletown.
WCBS 880 listeners are no doubt familiar with the phrase “Live from the CBS Hudson Square broadcast center,” but many people don’t even know where Hudson Square is.
George Washington’s personal annotated copy of the “Acts Passed at a Congress of the United States of America” from 1789, which includes the Constitution and a draft of the bill of rights, was sold at Christie’s.
In this edition of Living Large, CBS 2′s Emily Smith takes a tour of a spectacular $9-million home that was once owned by George Washington’s brother.
These early American history legends may be conventional wisdom, and some are even taught in school, but they definitely are not facts.