JAMES A. GARFIELD
The Smithsonian's "Sleeping Beauty" awakens on the Mall
The Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building, a whimsical fortress on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., that has been vacant for nearly 20 years, is about to reopen to the public, just in time for the institution's 175th anniversary.cbsnews.com
12 things you didn’t know about US presidents
It’s also generally to honor all U.S. presidents. So, to honor the U.S. presidents of the past, here are 12 really odd facts about some of the presidents of this great country. AdAbraham Lincoln (16th): Many remember Lincoln as a humble, smart leader -- but he was also one of the best wrestlers around. AdRichard Nixon (37th): Yes, he resigned after the Watergate scandal, but did you know he installed a bowling alley at the White House? In 1942, shortly after joining the Navy, he landed an uncredited spot on the cover of Cosmopolitan in his uniform.