Cheyenne Buckingham

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The United States was founded almost 244 years ago, but some American towns have been around for more than three centuries, and some longer still. 24/7 Tempo selected 100 towns that were founded...
Food recalls have become very common. So far in 2019, almost every other day a new item is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recalls, market withdrawals, and safety alerts page....
The United States was founded on immigration and, over time, became a melting pot of different cultures and ethnicities. This has been even more pronounced in the past few decades alone. With roots...
Food recalls have become very common. So far in 2019 almost every other day a new item is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recalls, market withdrawals, and safety alerts page. 24/7...
There is no greater service to the nation than giving one’s life for one’s country. President Abraham Lincoln movingly referred to sacrifice of Union soldiers in his Gettysburg Address in 1863 as...
This weekend marks the 107th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, which claimed the lives of more than 1,500 people. It was among the worst maritime disasters in history. The ship was only five...
Humankind has not been all that kind to the animals that share our planet. We have hunted and encroached on the habitat of many species — to extinction. Though hunting is less common,...
In case you haven’t noticed, Americans love dogs! About 36.5% of Americans were part of a dog-loving household — more than any other pet. But what happens when you start having allergies...
For a country the size of the United States, it’s not surprising that some towns, both big and small, share the same name. About a third of all cities, towns, villages, and census-designated places...
Ever wish you had invented an everyday product that made your life easier or more enjoyable, and also maybe a little rich as well? If you’re looking for some existing inventions for...
With Presidents’ Day nearing, it’s important to take a moment and reflect on those who served as the chief executive of our country. And while you may be well-versed in textbook facts about each...
While the new year has already commenced for those following the Gregorian calendar, the most widely used calendar in the world, the Chinese New Year, has yet to begin. Tuesday Feb. 5 marks the first...
The United States is a relatively young nation, but some American towns have been around for more than three centuries, and some longer still. From Kittery, Maine (founded in 1647) to St. Augustine,...
Christmas is a magical time of the year. Parents take their young ones to fun holiday events such as visiting Santa at the local mall and driving around neighborhoods to see beautifully-lit houses....
As the worldwide human population grows, the wildlife population inevitably suffers. Humans negatively impact wildlife — from plants to amphibians to mammals — in a variety of ways whether by...