The United States fell short of President Biden’s goal to have 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4, but his tweet Sunday morning thanked the millions of Americans who’ve already rolled up a sleeve.
The annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest is back Sunday, and so is the live audience.
People in Tacoma do not have many options for celebrating the Fourth of July this year with fireworks; however one tradition is still going off with a bang.
Though this is a holiday weekend, most major retailers from Home Depot to Target will still remain open — and in most cases, under normal business hours.
With Washington state recently fully reopened, more people are expected to celebrate this year's 4th of July. Firefighters say they don’t want to dampen the fun but are recommending that people to stay away from fireworks.
President Biden wants to celebrate Independence Day as a “summer of freedom” from the virus, but many may already feel a return to normalcy this Father’s Day.
While Juneteenth’s recognition at a time of racial reckoning is appreciated by many, some say more is still needed to be done to change policies that are disadvantageous to Black Americans.
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An American Legion official from Hudson, Ohio resigned his leadership role Friday amid the backlash for muting a veteran’s microphone during his Memorial Day speech.
An investigation is underway after a veteran’s microphone was cut off as his Memorial Day speech ventured into how former slaves in Charleston, South Carolina helped start the holiday when they dug up the remains of 200 Union soldiers to give them a proper burial shortly after the Civil War ended.
On Friday, the TSA screened the most passengers since the beginning of the pandemic - a whopping 1.9 million.
Last Memorial Day, Washingtonians and people across the United States were still reeling from the early months of the pandemic, and many activities were canceled and destinations shut down.
It’s a tradition that has evolved over the years. From Decoration Day to the Memorial Day we know today, here’s a look at the American holiday’s origins.
AAA predicts more than 37 million people will hit the roads and take to the skies this holiday weekend as travel experts caution drivers about to worst times to travel.
Moms across the country will open gifts like flowers and cards on Sunday, but the most meaningful thing they open this year just might be their arms for a much-needed hug.
New Orleans residents are getting creative and decorating their homes as “house floats” to celebrate Mardi Gras amid an ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
You can commemorate the civil rights icon this MLK Day in several different ways from the safety of your home this year amid the pandemic. Here are just a few ideas.
This New Year’s Eve is being celebrated like no other in most of the world, with pandemic restrictions limiting crowds and many people bidding farewell to a year they’d prefer to forget with made-for-TV fireworks displays or packing it in early since they could not toast the end of 2020 in the presence of friends or crowds of carousing strangers.
Don’t want to stay up till midnight on New Year’s Eve? Families, early sleepers and those wanting to social distance might consider a midday celebration for December 31.
Pandemic restrictions are limiting crowds in many places as people bid farewell to a year they’d prefer to forget.