According to the most recent United States Census Bureau data, collected in 2013, there are 316,128,839 people in the USA. Of that population, 23.3 percent was under 18 years of age and 50.8 percent was female.
"Which Way USA" is a subscription-based program run by Highlights magazine that gives children geography puzzles and maps once a month, including clues, heroes, fun facts and historic events spanning two states. The program is labeled for children ages 6 and up.
USA Today is owned by the Gannett Company and was founded by Al Neuharth in 1982 during his time as CEO. Al Neuharth was a journalist and businessman; he retired as acting Chairman of the Board for Gannett in 1989.
The first African-American Miss USA beauty pageant winner was Carole Anne-Marie Gist. The Miss USA pageant is not the same as the Miss America beauty pageant. The Miss USA beauty pageant is used to select the U.S. entrant to the Miss Universe beauty pageant.
The six regions of the United States are the Northeast, West, Southwest, Midwest, South and Mid-Atlantic. In addition to cultural differences, these regions differ in terms of physical features.
The country code for the United States is 1. Country codes are digits used in phone numbers to identify various countries. This code is used before area codes and local numbers. The United States shares its country code with Canada, Puerto Rico and other U.S. Territories.
The capital of the United States is Washington D.C. In 1790, Congress established a territory called the District of Columbia to be the permanent home of the federal government. Within that territory, the city of Washington was built.
Healthy Systems USA is a weight loss system that includes the all-natural homeo-energetic Advance spray; Endure, which consists of B-12 Methylcobalamin; Lean, which contains energy and appetite support vitamins; and Ease, which is an aloe detox. Healthy Systems USA helps patients manage their health
The biggest state in the United States is Alaska, encompassing a total area of 665,384 sq mi. Alaska is more than twice the size of Texas, which is the second largest state.
The bald eagle has been the national bird of the United States since 1787. It symbolizes the power and strength of government and was chosen for its majestic beauty, strength and longevity.