Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery’s hallowed ground honors American soldiers from many different wars. But as Arlington marks its 150th anniversary this year with tours and events, historians note that its roots are firmly planted in the Civil War.
Arlington National Cemetery has planned a series of events to commemorate its 150th anniversary in May and June.
Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
The recently recovered remains of seven U.S. service members from the Vietnam War are being laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
Maryland’s National Harbor is adding a new 175-foot Ferris wheel with views of the nation’s capital and Potomac River.
Lots of people, including postal workers and garbage men, still have to report to work despite the historic cold that hit the region today.
Families of some of the 270 people who died in the bombing of an airliner over Scotland 25 years ago gathered Saturday for memorial services in the U.S. and Britain.
Tens of thousands of volunteers gathered in Arlington National Cemetery to adorn 142,000 grave markers with wreaths in honor of our nation’s veterans on Saturday.
The graves of some American heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery may be wreathless this holiday season.
Bagpipes played, a British cavalry officer stood guard and a flame burned steady as it has for 50 years at President John F. Kennedy’s grave at Arlington National Cemetery.