Urban Photographers Capture History Through A New Lens
Urban photographer Jerry Olejniczak recently published his first book.
Do State of the Union speeches still matter?
Does this annual tradition of our president addressing Congress still have the same impact that it used to?By Mariam Zuhaib / AP
The history and traditions behind Groundhog Day
There has only been one Punxsutawney Phil, but as the fandom grows, so does his competition.By Barry Reeger / AP
Why do we celebrate Black History Month in February?
February holds the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln, who issued the Emancipation Proclamation, and Frederick Douglass, who was an activist for equality.By Shutterstock
How to save on Valentine's Day flowers, as inflation hits roses hard
When factoring in delivery costs, roses can now cost over $100. But other options are affordable and just as sweet for Valentine's Day celebrations.By Christopher Furlong / Getty Images
Scoring King: James passes Abdul-Jabbar for NBA points mark
LeBron James pushed his career total to 38,388 points Tuesday night to break a record that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar held for nearly four decades.By Ashley Landis / AP
Hope fading as deaths in Turkey, Syria earthquake pass 11,000
Search teams from more than two dozen countries have joined tens of thousands of local emergency personnel to search for survivors in the rubble.By Ismail Coskun / IHA / AP