Trump will give a speech and there’ll be fireworks, expected to be the free annual holiday show from the National Park Service.
Nick Sandmann told NBC’s “Today” show on Wednesday that he had every right to be there, as did the others who gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial. He said he wasn’t disrespectful and was trying to stay calm under the circumstances.
The account claimed to belong to a California schoolteacher. Its profile photo was not of a schoolteacher, but of a blogger based in Brazil, CNN Business found.
New video and interviews are adding context to the tense viral standoff between a Native American elder and a Kentucky high school student.
A rarely offered behind-the-scenes and bird’s-eye view of the Lincoln Memorial on Thursday revealed a big project to replace the roof and restore architectural features on its upper portions — but the bullet mark from World War II will remain. You didn’t know about that? See photos and video.
Chris Cox, famed for mowing grass around the Lincoln Memorial in 2013, is backing a new bill that would keep monuments and memorials open during a federal shutdown.
The National Park Service hopes to expand exhibit space, add a second elevator and upgrade bathrooms.
Saturday’s Women’s March on the Polls will briefly close some streets in downtown D.C. as marchers cross from the National Mall toward Lafayette Park.
Staging began this week for roof and marble repairs to one of the most prominent structures on the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial.
Friends, families and even strangers held vigil on the National Mall for a man fatally wounded by U.S. Park Police.
A student from the Kyrgyz Republic who police charged in defacing the Lincoln Memorial in September did not make his court date because he is in Russia.
A man from the Kyrgyz Republic was arrested Monday for defacing the Lincoln Memorial.
The National Park Service is removing offensive language written in red spray paint on the Lincoln Memorial Tuesday.
In addition to opening up the cathedral-like space two stories beneath the memorial, work could include expanding doorways, adding an elevator, adding new restrooms and relocating and expanding the gift shop.
A few hundred people gathered near the Lincoln Memorial with signs and flags to exercise their First Amendment rights; one in support of free speech, the other just steps away to rally against hate speech.
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