As we kick off Black History Month, Google is continuing to spotlight Americans who have pushed boundaries, with today’s doodle celebrating American sculptor Edmonia Lewis.
Google is honoring Japanese internment camp survivor Fred Korematsu on what would have been the civil rights activist’s 98th birthday.
Today’s Google Doodle pays tribute to Ed Roberts, an early leader of the disability rights movement and co-founder of the World Institute on Disability.
Today’s Google doodle marks the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, highlighting the civil rights leader’s message of unity.
Google is welcoming in 2017 by letting loose its celebratory balloon drop from yesterday’s doodle.
Where’s Santa Claus? When will Father Christmas arrive? Millions of children around the world are asking these and similar questions on Christmas Eve. To help, two there are two great...
Today’s Google doodle is the second in its series of Holiday 2016 series. For Christmas Eve, the Google letters are making hearts, stars, smiling faces and hand-prints behind fogged-up windows.
Today’s Google doodle is the the first of Google’s holiday 2016 doodle series.
As usual, Google is marking the first day of the Winter and Summer Solstice — depending on which half of the globe you live — with a doodle.