US Independence Day: what and why Americans celebrate July 4

USA Independence Day is celebrated annually on July 4 in honor of the adoption of a historical document - the Declaration of Independence of the USA from Great Britain, which became one of the central moments of the American Revolution (1775-1783) and, in fact, was the expression of the wishes of the local elite to break with the British crown in the person of Monarch George III. "New Time". We have collected some interesting ...

USCIS hosts naturalization ceremonies nationwide on Independence Day

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) prioritizes naturalization ceremonies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency's official website says. “US Citizenship and Immigration Services celebrates the Declaration of Independence and the birth of our great country by organizing naturalization ceremonies in the United States with ...

In the US, the number of complaints about fireworks has risen sharply: people take them for explosions

Complaints about fireworks have skyrocketed in New York, San Francisco and - by 600% - in Milwaukee. What's happening? Writes about this USA Today. On Monday, June 29th, Macy's announced that it will launch fireworks this week from unnamed locations in New York ...

Trump's military parade has exhausted Washington’s anti-terrorism fund

A military parade hosted by President Donald Trump in Washington, DC on July 4 depleted Washington's dedicated city fund to pay for additional security and counter-terrorism measures during major events in the nation's capital. This is stated in the letter of the mayor of the city, ...

USA Independence Day: Holiday History and Traditions

Independence Day is the main public holiday in the United States, celebrated in honor of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Independence Day is the major US public holiday celebrated to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. On July 4, 1776, representatives of 13 states in the building of the city ...

US Independence Day: How Americans Meet the Country's Birthday

The National Day of Independence of the United States will be filled with parades, concerts, gala dinners and, of course, fireworks. Boston, Philadelphia, New York and other cities across the country are hosting massive celebrations. Foxnews 23 compiled the highlights of the day. Biggest show Macy's Fireworks ...

Where in New York to celebrate Independence Day and see the fireworks

America is celebrating its 243rd Independence Day and New Yorkers are planning to have some fun. Celebrations will take place on rooftops, in boats, on observation decks or right at the water's edge on the East River, where the famous Macy's fireworks show will take place. Here are 30 locations all over ...

How to watch the salute on Independence Day in New York, without getting up from the couch

There are two days left before the American favorite holiday. Each year Macy's hosts a massive fireworks show on the East River, which can be seen not only live, but also on TV or online. This year's show will take place near the barges around the Brooklyn Bridge. As reported ...

In honor of 4 July, an American turned a front lawn into an American flag

Arthur McCann of Norwood, Massachusetts, paid tribute to veterans in his own way in honor of Independence Day. The man turned the lawn in front of his own house into a giant American flag, using special paint for working in the fields. McCann told USA Today that the flag will remain ...

Long road to freedom: 10 interesting facts about the USA

Today America is celebrating US Independence Day. The history of how the state achieved its independence, how Americans celebrate their holiday, as well as 10 interesting facts about the States. USA Independence Day is celebrated on July 4, it was on this day in 1776 that the Declaration was signed ...

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