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Not your grandpa’s rod and reel.
In an instant, a roomful of people I didn’t know helped me learn about patriotism, gratitude, and love.
These retro-futuristic vehicles, part of the High Museum of Art’s exhibit “Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas,” will make your imagination race.
See which cities topped recent polls to rank highest in personal job satisfaction, favorable cost of living, excellent parking spots, and more.
Members of the Armed Forces honor Old Glory in these inspiring pictures.
Learn more about these natural, awe-inspiring beauties.
Take a look at how people all over the world celebrate the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. Is there something special in your town?
Along the 2,291 mile highway that is Route 66, you’ll find territorial-era mining towns, quiet farming villages—and an American history long abandoned.
Don’t let the powdered wigs fool you. When the Declaration of Independence was signed, America’s founding fathers were not nearly as old as you thought.
In his book 50 States of Lego, photographer Jeff Friesen takes a comical yet artful look at the building blocks of America, one state at a time. Here are some of our favorites.
I went to meet these two young athletes for a TV story I was doing. I stayed because I could not walk away.
Americans know her as a justice on our nation’s highest court, but this salsa-dancing, baseball-loving New Yorker thinks of herself as “Sonia from the Bronx.”
With courage, quick thinking, and a little help from a friend, Michael Schiotis saves a stranger.
After Superstorm Sandy devastated coastal communities in New York and New Jersey, professional surfer turned philanthropist Jon Rose brought his clean water organization, Waves to Water, to help.
Are you current on our currency? Test yourself on these money facts below.
A narrative project called “StoryCorps” illuminates inspiring stories of generosity and love from across the United States.
A former boxing champion takes a repeat offender off the streets.
Get up close to a few of the special items that will be on display when the National September 11 Memorial Museum opens in spring 2014.
Picture yourself surrounded by North America’s natural beauty, from the winding river dells of Alaska to the pristine Florida coast line.
In September 2013, Diana Nyad, 64, became the first person to swim from Cuba to the Florida without a shark cage. In this interview on the eve of her prior attempt, Nyad told Reader’s Digest about her five-decade quest.