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America

Know your Constitution? Free online course can help

The next time the Supreme Court hears arguments on a hot-button issue, be prepared to follow along by knowing this founding document.

Scientists discover evidence tracing Native Americans to Asia

DNA links settlers in Alaska to people west of the Bering Strait.

“Weird” Americans: Black Friday vs. Thanksgiving

People who live in Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich Democracies are very different from most of the world.

Did an Irish explorer discover America in the 6th century?

This historic voyager could have crossed the Atlantic before the Vikings and Columbus.

Orestes Brownson: “Catholic American’s first great lay intellectual”

Long before smartphones, he warned: "The greatest danger to American society is that we are rapidly becoming a nation of isolated individuals."

Honoring the fallen

Photo of the Day: September 11, 2017

10 Catholic ways to celebrate Labor Day

Put on the grill, for sure, but here are some other tips to make the day a little more meaningful this year.

What would a high-speed train look like in America?

This video shows where the lines would take you.

To my American family: Let us build a bridge

Mother Olga Yaqob delights in being an American, but has a plea for her fellow citizens at this difficult juncture.

Charlottesville and America’s original sin

Racism is, first and last, a sin. The answer to it cannot be a matter of political machination but only of grace.

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