Nearly 300 au pairs from host families throughout the Northeast traveled to Washington D.C. over the weekend as part of the government’s three-decade long cultural exchange program--and to make sure they fulfilled education credits mandated by the U.S. State Department.
By Victoria Pasquantonio
From colonial times, to Prohibition, to the "Mad Men" era, alcohol’s storied relationship with the United States dates back to the dawn of the nation.
By Colleen Shalby
In 2013 archaeologists discovered the remains of four early colony leaders buried 400 years ago at the Jamestown settlement in Virginia. On top of one of the graves was a silver box resembling a religious artifact, presenting a mystery for…
By PBS NewsHour
Justin Giuliano, Arielle Newton and Alisha Acquaye want you to rethink how America celebrates Black History Month.
By Eric Krupke
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