statues

With a stroke of his pen, Biden wiped out a signature Trump talking point.
President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign claimed he will protect Brazil’s famous Christ the Redeemer statue from vandalism.
After a far-right militia showed up at an Albuquerque demonstration, one person was shot and the son of a former sheriff was arrested.
One resident complained the artist made the first lady look like a "Smurfette."
An Alabama judge has declared a law protecting Confederate statues unconstitutional.
The 65-year-old's leg was crushed after the monument in Split, Croatia, fell the wrong way.
Savannah authorities say "it's a crime" but admitted "it may look funny."
Statue's rear end was actually a time capsule.
In the wake of Charlottesville, other cities are contemplating removing their own Confederate memorials.
In the wake of Charlottesville, other cities are contemplating removing their own Confederate memorials.
And she's making sure that anyone around the world can do the same.
It's a creative journey that requires months of patience.
Illinois natives often try to describe what it's like to be from the Land of Lincoln, but at times it all comes down to, "It's not normal, it's an Illinois thing." With our weird town names and bizarre high school mascots, we Illinoisans are just plain strange. Where's the evidence? It's all around us.
We often see statues emblazoned on postcards, framed in travel brochures or uploaded as tourist snapshots on social media
1. "El Beso" (The Kiss), Lima, Peru. A little risque, but all in the name of artistic license, right? 5. "The Secret Bench
Dr. Mara Mulrooney wants to debunk Jared Diamond’s famous assertion that the people of Rapa Nui, or Easter Island, committed “environmental suicide.”