We actually know at what time on Feb. 8, 1910, incorporation documents were filed. In other words, we know the exact time the BSA was founded.
"I happen to believe that the man who was a Scout is a better man for it," Jimmy Stewart told a crowd in 1980 in Los Angeles.
It started in 1913 with Woodrow Wilson, and Boy Scouts and Explorers have served at every presidential inauguration celebration ever since.
A bugle alarm clock, a Good Turn at the soda shop and the sweet reason to select a Den Mother are among the subjects of these Scouting cartoons.
Lamar Wallace, born Nov. 28, 1911, is the oldest living Eagle Scout of which officials at the National Eagle Scout Association are aware.
John H. Glenn Jr., the first American to orbit the Earth, a Silver Buffalo Award recipient and the father of an Eagle Scout, has died. He was 95.
On the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, the Scouts' freshly acquired skills were tested quicker and more severely than any Scout could have anticipated.
The BSA announced it will move the National Scouting Museum to Philmont Scout Ranch in northern New Mexico from its current home in Irving, Texas.
In 1908, the year the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, the Boy Scouts of America didn't yet exist. The BSA was founded Feb. 8, 1910 — 482 days later.
Donn Fendler, who says his Scout training and faith in God helped him survive nine days lost in the woods of Maine at age 12, has died. He was 90.