Opponents of President Donald Trump celebrated the fact that his rally at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday night was only half-full, claiming credit for a TikTok prank that flooded the Trump campaign’s website with fake RSVPs.
The New York Times published an editorial on the first day of Memorial Day weekend asking: “Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?”
Student faith organizations at Harvard University will be celebrating Easter Sunday and Passover on video conferences and live-streams this year as a result of the ongoing Chinese virus pandemic.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid says that if President Trump extends an invite to celebrate Kansas City’s Super Bowl win at the White House, he’s going to go.
American and Taiwanese officials celebrated President Tsai Ing-wen’s reelection on Saturday, in what was seen as a rebuke to China.
Dozens of Iranian Canadians danced and cheered in the streets on Friday following the news that terrorist Qasem Soleimani has been eliminated.
The Catholic News Agency (CNA) on Sunday spotlighted hundreds of Catholic migrants celebrating Christmas at St. Christopher’s Church in Taipei, Taiwan, continuing a tradition that began in 1958.
House Democrats clapped and celebrated after they passed two articles of impeachment against President Trump.
We choose the Pilgrims as our founding myth because they embodied our most cherished ideals. They were the best of us. We celebrate their story to acknowledge our highest aspirations, not to whitewash our history or minimize our mistakes. Thanksgiving affirms who we want to be because it is about who the Pilgrims actually were.
A-list Hollywood actor Chris Pratt shared an emotional tribute to social media on Veterans Day, honoring his brother, other family members who’ve served in the U.S. military, and the “brave men and women who sacrifice a whole hell of a lot.”
A Florida Democrat state representative who was once a Planned Parenthood regional director is distributing condoms with her photo on them to draw attention to Orlando’s LGBT “Come Out with Pride” event.
Students throughout the United States will be celebrating the event known as Bring Your Bible to School Day on Thursday, October 3.