One viewer said: "I don't think I've ever gone outside in the winter and seen like 20 adults having a snowball fight like this."
U.S. presidents have been presented with turkeys from as far back as the 19th century during the presidency of Ulysses S. Grant.
Take a tour of New York City in the 1800s.
As Toyota celebrates 25 years with the RAV4, take a look at home the crossover has evolved over the years.
A woman who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp as a child showed a doctor the tattoo of her serial number, as they discussed the risks of an operation.
The 10th president, John Tyler, was the first president to be widowed, and remarry, while in office, and had the most children of any leader.
You can visit towns called Boring, Toast, Sugar Tit, Knob Lick, Normal, Dinosaur and Yolo across America.
The case of the late teenager who faced AIDS-related discrimination was raised by Twitter users following recent Dennis Prager's remarks about the AIDS crisis.
The document, which was created by Continental Army Major Moses Ashley in 1780, had been lost for generations.
In footage released Saturday he appears to set fire to a banner on the memorial's wall using a lighter, and as the blaze grows, he leaves the premises.
We look at the history of the annual retail event, including when the term "Black Friday" was first used.
The canoe, made from a hollowed tree, is thought to have been built by Ho-Chunk peoples.
The blogger shared a travel hack to get a good view of the Pyramids of Giza by eating at a KFC, which has divided opinion online.
The 2,000-year old constructions are thought to have been important in rituals observed by the Olmec culture.
The sprawling Grade I listed mansion has 102 rooms, and was built in the 1830s by English Lord Newborough.
The book, which features cats dressed up and placed in funny settings, was intended to educate children with vocabulary and entertaining rhymes.
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. He was in France while the U.S. Constitution was being written.
State law HB 3979 "puts schools and teachers in a no-win situation," said Mary Pat Higgins, CEO of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.
The man was using a metal detector to scour the ancient heritage site for items, according to police.
Urban explorers walked around a hospital abandoned 20 years ago, which still had surgical equipment and blood samples.
The findings suggest that tobacco was used by people 9,000 years before scientists previously thought.
According to a court ruling, the letter was stolen between 1938 and 1945 by a "kleptomaniacal cataloguer" at the archives at the Commonwealth Museum
The rare discovery was made just two weeks after the man purchased his first metal detector.
Several states and cities have joined the movement to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day either instead of or in addition to Columbus Day.
The annual holiday commemorates the arrival of Christopher Columbus' fleet of three ships on San Salvador Island.
Experts reconstructed the caveman's face from just a fossilized orbital bone.
The granddaughter of the woman who was blamed for the fire said city residents targeted her for being an Irish immigrant.
The German sub-machine gun and several bullets are thought to date back to 1940.