Tag: U.S.A.

United States of Crime – Top Crimes Committed in US States

Amidst national crime trends, certain threats can be localized. For example, murders may be decreasing in one city as robberies are increasing in another. To identify the locations where crimes were the most or least common, we turned to crime data from the FBI. Notably, these crime numbers are only an indication of the true Read More…

Remembering Pearl Harbor Day: 70 Years Later

December 7, 1941. The date was forever burned into the memories of an entire generation. It was the day Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. They arrived without warning, and without a formal declaration of war. What happened next changed the world forever. Today – December 7, 2011 – we look back and we remember. 70 Read More…

Celebrating Independence Day

It will be a day of outdoor fun, barbecues and fireworks displays. A day when proud Americans stand even taller and hold their heads even higher. We are bold, determined individuals at all times, and on the 4th of July we celebrate our freedoms and way of life. On Independence Day, people from across this Read More…

Happy Flag Day, America

The American Flag. It’s more than the symbol of our country. It’s the symbol of our pride, our personality, our unity. Old Glory was adopted as the official flag of the United States on June 14, 1777. Today, the stars and stripes fly just as bravely and boldly as ever. The flag represents us; the Read More…

American Independence

We are Americans. Strong, bold, determined individuals who never stop working for a better tomorrow. On the Fourth of July we celebrate our independence. America was forged by people who believed that anything was possible, and just kept working until they succeeded. That conviction still permeates the country today. There is no obstacle too big Read More…

Pearl Harbor Day

December 7, 1941. This date was permanently burned into the memory of an entire generation, and more than 65 years later it still holds as one of the most notorious dates in American history. It was the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a day that changed the world forever. Just before 8a.m. Read More…