The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote nationally on August 18, 1920, so why is Women’s Equality Day on August 26th each year?
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The 12th annual National Dog Day is getting a lot of attention on social media, and in the spirit of the pseudo-holiday, Constitution Daily looks back as a few canines who had an impact on the American political scene.
This Thursday marks the 100th anniversary of the act that established the National Park Service. And if you have the time to travel, here’s a list of NPS sites and National Landmarks you can visit related to the great events and cases that have helped defined our Constitution.
Editor’s note: In honor of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary, we are republishing this article from January 2015 about Theodore Roosevelt’s aggressive actions to protect American natural resources.
The United States capital of Washington, D.C., burned 202 years ago today, but it may have been an act of nature that forced the British from the besieged city.