Police have been using the snapshots in criminal investigations since the advent of commercial photography
The country's tumultuous relationship with the organization stretches back 40 years
Alexander Hamilton wrote that a commander in chief removed from office would be "liable to prosecution and punishment"
Officials estimate this will cut carbon emissions by 222 million metric tons over 30 years and will save Americans $3 million per year on utility bills
On the one-year anniversary of the attack on the Capitol, the National Museum of American History continues to collect related artifacts
The threatened species faces other serious threats, including boat collisions, habitat loss and toxic algae blooms
The country is the first to leave the accord
The White House first hosted King David Kalākaua, of the Kingdom of Hawaii for a state dinner back in 1874
Unpacking a debate as old as the United States itself
Looking back 45 years later, is there hope humanity will once again push beyond Earth? President Donald Trump seems to think so
Critics say that his plan falls short of the drastic—and costly—effort required to effectively combat the crisis
A deep dive into an obscure archive reveals that the Palm Beach property had once been envisioned as a "Winter White House"
Mrs. Trump, who confesses a passion for design, had a precise idea of what she wanted to wear on that historic evening
A glistening Lansdowne Portrait refresh harkens the reopening of "America's Presidents"
Teddy used nearly 10 times as many executive orders as his predecessor. The repercussions are still felt today
It makes for a catchy slogan used by politicians of all persuasions, but there's little truth to it
Museum director Lonnie Bunch and Smithsonian Secretary David Skorton led the president and his entourage on a tour of the new museum
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