It's the question people will probably ask you for days, where were you when the total solar eclipse happened?
While many people decided to camp out to get a great view of today’s total solar eclipse, others decided to set their sights…
If you weren't in the path of the total solar eclipse, here's what you missed.
What started as a tiny crescent of the moon's shadow turned into a perfectly beautiful eclipse in the late morning hours in Oregon.
Nearly 200 visitors were waiting on free special eclipse glasses used for safe viewing of Monday’s solar eclipse.
Excitement for the first eclipse to cross the United States in nearly a century is about the same whether Americans live in or out of the…
Millions are expected to drive to look at the total solar eclipse. Some in Madras, Oregon showed up days ahead of time.
Some schools will be opting to stay inside during Monday's eclipse, citing safety.
Airport officials say the south end of the plaza provides a great viewing location for the eclipse.
Here are the best last minute places to watch across America.
A total solar eclipse is a natural event. For the most part, it's no more dangerous than any other day.
The technical name for eclipse-chasers is umbraphile, which translates to one who loves shadows.