The United States
DC history began in 1790 when Congress directed selection of a new capital site, 100 sq mi, along the Potomac. The seat of government was transferred from Philadelphia to Washington on Dec. 1, 1800, and President John Adams became the first resident in the White House.
Currently has flagship stores in New York City, Beverly Hills, Boston, Dallas and Chicago
Major luxury goods department store based in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. Owned by Neiman Marcus
Is a major department store in central and northern Illinois offering mid-line to higher end merchandise in their largest stores
Is a chain of upscale American department stores owned by Macy's Inc.
A mid-ranged chain of department stores which operates 1,050 stores in all the United States and Puerto Rico
The Company currently operates 834 stores in 46 states. Kohl's mission is to be the family-focus speciality department store
Based in New York - it is the oldest department store chain in the United States
Chain of American department stores. Its flagship store in Herald Square, New York City has been billed as the world's largest store
Is an upscale specialty retail department store headquartered in Dallas, Texas
Chain of department stores that sells boutique apparel, footwear, linens and home decor based in Florida
1.186 km diameter, Arizona
8 km diameter, Ohio, holds earthworks made by pre-Columbian inhabitants
Joined union in 1837, quarter released in 2004
Was the first person to die of Legionnaireâ€™s disease in 1976
They Bought it from Spain in 1819
The moon has a surface area approximately equal to North and South America combined
It is Alaska -- Is over twice the size of Texas. 570,374 square miles
An Arctic cold front moving into Texas.
Warm dry westerly off the Rockies.
California. Can warm to more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit and reach speeds of up to 75 miles per hour.
Third highest ranking legal official in the United States.
A mutual defense accord between the Philippines and the United States.
A mutual defense agreement between the United States and Japan; goes into effect on April 28, 1952.