The "historical encyclopedia of scent" will be the first of its kind.
Two of the country's tightest state battles in presidential election history were in Maryland in 1832 and 1904.
National polling currently shows Trump's Democratic challenger for the White House, Joe Biden, with a healthy popularity lead over his rival.
Biden only has a 12 percent chance of defeating Trump if the popular vote is very close, a recent study of the Electoral College finds.
James Mikel Wilson's "Ghosts of Presidents Past" is an allegory that envisions what past presidents would tell the current one if they visited him, a la "A Christmas Carol."
As indigenous people who reclaimed our ancestral homeland, we must be sensitive to others undergoing that same process.
The controversial Pennsylvania effigy is covered up in anticipation of its removal, but the local Italian American community is fighting to save it
The "Wonder Woman" star is reuniting with filmmaker Patty Jenkins for the biopic which is tentatively titled, "Cleopatra"—but many are asking if the role should go to a Black actress.
Shadd Cary was born on October 9, 1823 in Wilmington in northern Delaware to abolitionist parents.
While the debates as we know them began in 1960, they may not have begun at all if it wasn't for a college student in 1956.
California's new anti-racism programs are directed at students, educators and lawmakers, but the president may try to stop it all.
Arnold probably would've preferred to be associated with a breakfast dish, rather than what he's actually famous for.
The president told a rally crowd that he would bring an end to the "radical indoctrination" of students in his second term.
President Donald Trump said the Department of Education is "looking at" whether schools plan to use the 1619 Project in their curricula.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
The real word that meant "bear" has been lost by most languages.
Mellon biographer Meryl Gordon talked to Newsweek about how important the Rose Garden was to Mellon, and that Trump's changes "strip it of its personality."
The Susan B. Anthony Museum and House said that pardoning the suffragist only gives more validation to the charges against her.
Roanoke Island is no longer harboring any secrets.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was hospitalized on Thursday after becoming increasingly ill during a flight to Moscow.
The jail was in operation until 2004.
The vast majority of the Japanese city's hospitals were also rendered non-functioning by the nuclear bomb.
State Rep. LaShawn K. Ford is urging education officials in Illinois to amend requirements for public school history curriculums.
The famous picnic happened in June of 1939, when the Royals visited the Roosevelts in America.
Built as three tunnels over several decades, workers on the Lincoln Tunnel suffered from high pressure conditions and deadly accidents.
In his Fourth of July speech, President Donald Trump said: "Americans are the people who pursued our Manifest Destiny across the ocean, into the uncharted wilderness, over the tallest mountains, and then into the skies and even into the stars."
The primary arguments against getting rid of Confederate and other racist symbols reveal not only an ignorance of the past but a denial of the present.
The rapper and CEO have shown mutual admiration each other publicly many times over the past five years.