4th Of July
The 147 Republicans who voted to overturn the presidential election and fueled the insurrection are all celebrating their love of America now.
Prominent Founding Fathers including George Washington and Thomas Jefferson had owned hundreds of enslaved people.
Luckily, no one was seriously injured following the unintentional detonation in Ocean City, Maryland.
Straight-up slices can get you that watermelon sugar high you want, but here's how to get more creative this summer.
Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, Kevin McCarthy and others celebrated freedom — and got the reaction you'd expect.
The U.S. missed Joe Biden's goal of vaccinating 70% of adults. Donald Trump's politicization of the pandemic is a big reason why.
Veggie platters, salads, dips, burrito bowls, cheese plates and more that'll feed a crowd ... or just you.
The "Black-ish" actor said in his monologue that the terrible gig involved "COVID juice" and "white people."
A clip of a performance at President Donald Trump’s July 4th celebration has gone viral.
The “Lizzie McGuire” star said America’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic was “embarrassing” after witnessing crowded July Fourth parties.
These hammocks will come in handy whenever and wherever you want to hang around.
Flag cakes, layer cakes, cupcakes, pies and more desserts that'll make you think about the stars and stripes.
You can sit back and order a new couch from your old one with these Fourth of July sales on home decor, furniture and appliances.
These are the best Fourth of July deals on clothes, shoes, makeup and more.
These Fourth of July mattress deals will have you resting easy 😴
Here's your can't-miss guide to the best sales happening this Fourth of July weekend, including deals on fashion, beauty and home.
Supporting small businesses and being an Amazon shopper don't have to be mutually exclusive. Here's why.
No matter how you're celebrating, these 4th of July shirts for kids, men and women will help you celebrate in style.
The administration is holding the event again this year, despite coronavirus concerns.
"The only prudent thing to do to tamp down this recent uptick is to crack down on recreational activities," said Miami-Dade County's mayor.