Three new HBO documentaries probe the stories of the Statue of Liberty, the Bronx, and the Apollo Theater.
Ken Cuccinelli, the acting head of Citizenship and Immigration Services, added a caveat to “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses…”
On the Fourth of July, Therese Patricia Okoumou climbed the Statue of Liberty to give voice to her fellow immigrants.
A case of mistaken artwork has cost the US Postal Service millions of dollars.
Members of a local anti-immigration group deemed the painting by a high school student in Santa Ana, California “inaccurate, unprofessional, and offensive.”
In a White House press briefing that announced President Donald Trump’s support for the RAISE Act, Miller dismissed Emma Lazarus’s poem as being “added later.”
Long before it became one of New York City’s most photographed landmarks — before it was even completely erected, in 1886 — the Statue of Liberty featured in countless pictures.
The Statue of Liberty is a favorite victim of Hollywood’s climate change disaster scenarios.
Legend has it that the copper for America’s most famous sculpture — the Statue of Liberty — was produced at the metallurgical factory of Nizhny Tagil, one of the industrial centers of Russia’s Ural region.
The New York Times Arts section celebrated Independence Day with an ode to the Statue of Liberty by dance critic Alastair Macaulay. Being a lyrical article the photo editors must have wanted to create an equally lyrical visual effect. So they decided to make three animated GIFs.