NFL Stadium Was Partially Blown Up By July 4 Fireworks

Sports | Kent Strobl
BRISTOL, TN - OCTOBER 14: Pyrotechnics fill the sky at Bristol Motor Speedway on October 14, 2013 in Bristol, Tennessee. Bristol Motor Speedway plans to transform the legendary Speedway into the world's largest football stadium for the inaugural Battle at Bristol, to be held on Saturday, September 10, 2016. The event will feature a game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and Tennessee Volunteers and is projected to set the NCAA record for highest single-game attendance. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images for Bristol Motor Speedway)

‘Supposed to go off in the air’

Former Army Officer Celebrates July 4 By Competing In Hot Dog Eating Contest

US | Russ Read

Can he beat the famous Joey Chestnut?

New Jersey Beaches Reopen Just In Time For The Fourth

US | Ted Goodman
U.S. flags are displayed on the beach in Seaside Park, New Jersey, U.S. July 3, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Makela

The governor signed the deal in the wee hours of the morning

AMERICA 2017: Sparklers TOO DANGEROUS For Kids

US | Eric Owens
sparklers Shutterstock/In The Light Photography, Shutterstock/JGW Images

No more fun of any kind!

Did Tom Brady Post The Most 'America' Picture Ever On Independence Day?

Sports | Derek Hunter
No Wonder Tom Brady Still Plays At MVP Levels -- His Diet Is Absolutely Insane (Getty Images)

Fireworks, BBQs, and Tom Brady with eagles

Get Trashed Like The Founding Fathers This 4th Of July

US | Elena Weissmann

George Washington spent 7% of his income on alcohol alone.

Gallup Poll: Millennials And Liberals Least Patriotic Groups In America

US | Guy Bentley
Little girl with American flag sitting on the fence

Conservatives are the most proud to be American

NFL Star Who Blew Fingers Off Last 4th With Fireworks Now Spokesman For Safety

Energy | Craig Boudreau
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 05: Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul #90 of the New York Giants reacts after a play in the fourth quarter against the Atlanta Falcons during their game at MetLife Stadium on October 5, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Now when I look at fireworks, I think about safety

Watch Celebrities Read The Declaration Of Independence

Entertainment | Derek Hunter

See the 2003 dramatic reading.

A Happy Independence Day Is Supposed To Mean Not Being Dependent

Opinion | Ted Nugent
July Fourth celebrations moved up a month

Enjoy the fireworks. Be prepared to make some of your own. Aim small, miss small.

President Obama Wants To End Independence Day As We Know It

Opinion | Drew Johnson

Local lawmakers will have to respond to the new EPA rules by enacting municipal grilling bans and canceling fireworks shows

A Message From The Greatest Generation

Opinion | William Kelly

Those from the unemployed class were starved for work and self worth. We learned to invent.

These 11 Movies Are FAR More American Than You

Entertainment | Scott Greer

Bald eagles cry when they see these movies

This Independence Day, Remember Energy Independence Matters Too

Opinion | Rep. Bill Johnson

We’ve made good progress, but much more needs to be done.

Senate forgoes July 4th recess - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

Members will return July 5 to continue working on a budget deal

The Tea Party and its impending dilemma - TheDC Opinion

Feature:Opinion | Patrick Courrielche

How the Republican establishment (and Fox News) missed the movement that will lead to a new party.

Autopsy of an 'innocent' Mann at Penn State

Opinion | Andy Nash

Interestingly, the timing of the “decision” and the release of the story was conveniently positioned well after the Spring semester’s end, set between holidays and vacations, and well before students return for the new academic year, when the story will be almost two months old.

Immigration reform will not happen this year

Opinion | Eben Carle

We are a nation of immigrants. For the better part of our history, the collective message to those immigrating was “you are joining the most successful endeavor in human history. Celebrate why you came here, not where you came from.”

Big business, big government, and big education

Opinion | Thomas A. Shakely

The dirty secret driving nearly every consequential decision behind the ivory curtain is that education simply doesn’t matter.