A Manhattan judge on Thursday backed a $55 million settlement in a court battle over the Empire State Building, effectively clearing the way for a plan to let the public buy shares in the famous New York City landmark.
Almost 150 years after his death, Lincoln has never been more popular — especially for companies.
Well, someone had to start calling them the “Founding Fathers.”
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly used his Facebook page to announce the Tuesday passing of 90-year-old code talker George Smith.
If you’d like to see the Wright brothers’ original airplane patent, documents signed by Voltaire or some of the photographs taken by the first astronauts on the moon, you’re out of luck: these irreplaceable documents, along …
What the master politician of 1862 can teach the presidential hopefuls of 2012
To really understand Abraham Lincoln, you’ve got to know what he hid in his desk
On September 30, 1962, legendary Chicano civil rights activist Cesar Chavez founded what would become the United Farm Workers of America—and with migrant labor a focus of the U.S. political debate, the UFW’s 50th anniversary is …