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The American composer and conductor is debuting a new arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner," featuring choirs, trumpets, and cannons.
Don't be one of the thousands of Americans injured by fireworks on July Fourth. Stay safe and have a happy holiday!
Workers are getting creative at keeping small bellies full when U.S. schools - along with their lunch programs - close for summer.
Two new studies link moderate alcohol consumption to reduced risk of heart attack.
More than 40 million Americans will celebrate their Independence by taking a road trip.
The history behind the July Fourth firecrackers that mark our Independence Day celebrations.
A look back on the Hollywood headlines that made history.
Even the most patriotic among us can learn something from these little-known facts about Independence Day.
Wall Street's holiday-shortened session ended with multiple records on Thursday.
Tax dollars are pouring in, crime is down, and few of the early concerns about social breakdown have materialized - at least so far.
Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius has a "heightened fight response" due to his disability, a defense witness claims.
The former "Hunger Games" stars are teaming up again.
The storm is sparking evacuations, closing beaches, and disrupting Independence Day celebrations along the East Coast.
The "Piece of My Heart" singer will be immortalized by the U.S. Postal Service.
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran's scored his first top album on the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Northampton music mogul Eric Suher wants to transfer one unused liquor license to another bar he's never opened.
A Greenfield man is hospitalized after a rollover crash on I-91 north in Northampton
A Springfield man has pleaded not guilty to a series of car break-ins in Amherst last summer.
The lights are back on in Western Mass after 7-thousand customers lost power due to heavy thunderstorms.
The proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline includes a barn-sized compressor station in Ashfield.