American Revolutionary War

If only the Redcoats had held on to those airports, "the whole thing might have gone differently for us," the rocker goofed.
Early American soldiers "took over airports," the president said during his July 4 speech. They did not.
The Army also "manned the air and rammed the ramparts," Trump said at the Lincoln Memorial.
For once, stories about the silencing of women won prizes, took the stand and toppled statues.
HuffPost spoke with 11 black gun owners to figure out what gun ownership means in a country determined to keep its black populace unarmed.
Our country should not make it difficult for them to serve.
By Maria Madison, ScD Whether through a painting, artifact or object, thoughtful museums and historic sites share stories
I'm sure several of you are shaking your heads, wondering if I got the title wrong. But while American political figures officially declared their independence on July 4, 1776, winning it was another matter. And that came on a hot day in June, instead of a cold day in December.
The Spanish legacy in the US is something nobody seems to have a clue about. Neither Americans, nor Spaniards. Two thirds of the actual territory of the U.S. was once under Spanish rule, and for some reason, that fascinating part of history has never been told.
It's a simple question -- perhaps so basic that it's been overlooked. How old were the key participants of the American Revolution?
Just as social media is helping to ignite and organize the Arab Spring, printed newspapers fanned the flames of rebellion in colonial America, provided critical correspondence during the Revolutionary War.