24 Photos Honoring The USS Enterprise

On November 25, 1961, the United States Navy commissioned USS Enterprise (CVN-65), the eighth ship to bear the name Enterprise and the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. Over the next half-century, Enterprise would recover astronaut John Glenn following the first American orbital spaceflight, participate in the naval blockade during the…

This Iraqi Refugee Is Now A US Marine

It was announced this week that President Donald Trump is considering an executive order banning immigrants from at least seven countries — Iran, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Somalia and Yemen — for 30 days and blocking refugees from any country for at least 120 days. While there are valid security…

The 50 Best Photos From The Obama White House

Barack Obama’s presidency coincided with the social media explosion on the internet. Obama’s team took advantage by offering more access to the President than ever before with official White House accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and more. By far, our favorite way of following the President these last eight years…

Does Donald Trump Sleep In A Suit?

Throughout time, numerous questions have rattled human brains. “To be, or not to be?” “What came first, the chicken or the egg?” “How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?” Well, it’s time to add another question to that list…Does President-elect, Donald J. Trump,…

160 Years Of Presidential Inauguration Photos

On April 30, 1789, President George Washington was inaugurated first President of the United States. Since then, every four years Americans have come together to celebrate their new president. From 1793 to 1933, the inauguration took place on March 4, but in 1937, for President Franklin Roosevelt’s second inauguration, the…

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