April is distracted driving awareness month, and most people believe that means texting or using your phone. But Idaho State Police says it's not just limited to your phone.
Shakespeare dies, the first public school in the U.S. opens, Wrigley Field opens, The Rolling Stones release "Sticky Fingers," Coca-Cola releases New Coke, and the first YouTube video is uploaded, all on this day.
Looking for the most expensive and tony of dog breeds? Check out some of the most expensive breeds to own, according to iheartdogs.com.
Thousands rush to claim land in Oklahoma, the first nationwide Earth Day takes place, Richard Nixon dies, federal agents seize Elián González, and the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig sinks while spewing oil, all on this day.
Music icon Prince dies, John Adams becomes the first U.S. vice president, Mark Twain dies, and Geraldo Rivera opens Capone's vaults, all on this day.
Harriet Tubman begins her work with the Underground Railroad, Fenway Park opens, the Bay of Pigs Invasion fails, and tragedy hits Columbine High School, all on this day.
April 20, or 4/20, is a worldwide holiday for weed smokers everywhere. Here are some of the great American hotspots for weed culture, according to USA Today.
2017 hit traditional brick-and-mortar retailers hard with a record-setting amount of store closures. Fung Global Retail & Technology reported 6,955 stores closed last year. Here's a look at the retailers who will be closing stores in 2018.
The American Revolutionary War breaks out, the Soviet Union launches the first space station, the Waco siege ends in a deadly blaze, and homegrown terrorists strike Oklahoma City, all on this day.
When it comes to the environment, some states are just better at being greener than others. In honor of Earth Day on April 22, check out which U.S. states are the greenest.
Paul Revere rides, an earthquake and fires ravage San Francisco, Albert Einstein dies, Grace Kelly becomes a princess, and the U.S. embassy in Beirut is hit by a deadly car bomb, all on this day.