We have the numbers to prove just how many U.S. Senators — some of the country's most powerful politicians — earned Scouting's highest honor in their youth.
Scouting dads sacrifice time, money and precious vacation days for the betterment of packs, troops, teams, crews, posts and ships across the country.
On news sites and in both houses of the U.S. Congress, everyone seems to be talking about the BSA's big anniversary: 100 years since our charter was signed.
This 18-question quiz has answers taken straight from the Golf merit badge pamphlet. Be Prepared: Like the game itself, this quiz isn't easy.
This year marks 60 years since Norman Rockwell created "The Scoutmaster," a tribute to Scoutmasters and adult leaders everywhere.
On June 15, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill granting federal incorporation to the BSA and protecting the BSA's name and insignia.
Today's Scouts prefer to text. How does the Youth Protection rule prohibiting one-on-one contact apply to texting with Scouts? We asked the expert.
This week's batch of 20 projects includes a concession stand, a blind for viewing wildlife, a shoe drive and 17 more incredible acts of service.
In 1958, Bob Heft, a high school junior and Boy Scout in Troop 113 of Lancaster, Ohio, designed a 50-star version of the American flag.
For more than three decades, Troop 210 and Scoutmaster Herbert DeLoach Sr. have been developing future leaders in inner-city Savannah, Ga.