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  • United States Facts

    United States Facts

    Introduction The United States of America is a country of 50 states that stretches across most of North America, with Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii extending its reach into the Pacific Ocean. On the Atlantic Coast, New York City is a global financial and cultural hub; Washington D.C. is the nation’s capital. A world-renowned filmmaking center on the west coast is Hollywood, […]

  • Facts About Apple Inc.

    Facts About Apple Inc.

    Apple Inc is a multinational public corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops and sells consumer electronics. Apple is known for its range of products, including Macs, iPads, iPhones and the iPod media player. Apple is also well-known for its iTunes software, with which users can purchase music and videos online within a protected environment. The […]

  • Americans Facts

    Americans Facts

    The American culture is one that many different cultures have shaped. Some major influences can be traced back to colonial settlements and European immigrants. The contributions from Native Americans, enslaved Africans, and Asian immigrants also played a major role in shaping America’s culture. The United States is a culture that embraces innovation and the western lifestyle. The […]

  • NASA Facts

    NASA Facts

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is an agency of the United States government responsible for the civilian space program and aeronautics research. Formed on July 29, 1958, by the National Aeronautics and Space Act, NASA became operational on October 1, 1958. NASA is the best space agency in the world by far. The agency has […]

  • Facts About Google

    Facts About Google

    Introduction Google is a search engine and software company that provides many of the world’s most popular smartphone apps, including Gmail, Search, and Chrome. It is the public face of Alphabet Inc. Two friends founded Google Inc, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Together they invested early on in the new technology of search engines. The primary […]

  • The Federal Reserve System Facts

    The Federal Reserve System Facts

    Introduction The Federal Reserve, or the “Fed”, is the United States central banking system. As a result of a series of financial panics, the Federal Reserve Act was enacted on December 23, 1913, to resolve financial crises through central control of the monetary system. The Federal Reserve System has expanded its roles and responsibilities due to events such […]

  • Facts About U.S. Presidents

    Facts About U.S. Presidents

    This article shares some fascinating insights and facts about U.S. Presidents, specifically some of our founding presidents who are easily distinguished in our history books. So read to learn more about the country’s forefathers, Ben Franklin, George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson. James Madison and more. We also included a few more recent presidents. 21 […]

  • Northern Mariana Islands Facts

    Northern Mariana Islands Facts

    Introduction The Northern Mariana Islands are a U.S. commonwealth located in the Pacific Ocean. Sand-covered beaches and mountainous landscapes characterize Saipan, the largest island. The tiny, coral-fringed Mañagaha islet lies off the island’s west coast. Saipan’s Grotto, an underwater cavern dive site, is home to turtles. The Battle of Saipan sites Banzai Cliff and Suicide Cliff are […]

  • Independence Day

    Independence Day

    Introduction On July 4, 1776, Independence Day (also known as the 4th of July) was officially declared in the United States. As a result of the Continental Congress’s declaration, the thirteen American colonies were now no longer under the control (and subordination) of King George III of Great Britain. Still, they were now united, free, and […]

  • United States Capitol Facts

    United States Capitol Facts

    Introduction The United States Capitol is the house of the Congress of the United States. It is located near the Potomac River and is the oldest and most iconic building in Washington D.C., with a neoclassical design.  The United States Capitol is where the United States Congress does its work. It is the headquarters of the legislative branch […]