A member of the United States House of Representatives may be removed from office using two different methods: ethics hearings or a recall election.
The first four decades of the 19th century were a time of great technological change in the United States. With these technological changes came changes in the daily lives of Americans.
Synthetic rubber, nylon, freeze-dried food and duck tape were all invented during World War II.
The first books printed in the Americas were religious books sanctioned first by the Catholic Church in Mexico and later by the Puritans in British North America.
Ordained ministers have religious, social and economic privileges that the laity don't have.
The Episcopal prayers for the dying, which are called "Ministration at the Time of Death," have some things in common with traditional Catholic Last Rites, but they are also somewhat different.
Clementines, like other citrus fruits, don't ripen after picking. Find out why.
Tang may look like orange juice, but it isn't juice. Here's why.
Canned pumpkin is not universally available. In Europe especially, canned pumpkin is rare. Even in some parts of the United States where pumpkin is native, finding canned pumpkin can be difficult in the spring...