Doodle honoring the slain civil rights leader shows us two scenes, decades apart, from the fight for racial equality.
The game was originally created to occupy students' time while they were cooped up during the winter months.
The winner will see her or his artwork displayed on Google's homepage for a day and receive a $30,000 college scholarship.
Ticktock, 2020, your time is up. Welcome, 2021, let's see what you've got.
Peratrovich, of Alaska's indigenous Tlingit tribe, campaigned for the US' first antidiscrimination law after encountering "No Natives Allowed" signs.
Animated Doodle shows us the two largest planets in our solar system appearing to pass close to each other on the first day of winter.
He is believed to be the last northern white rhino born in the wild.
Google's getting festive.
We can still be together, even if we're apart this holiday.
The music has become a symbol of Mexico's culture, celebrating both joy and sorrow.
Drawn from the irregular shapes and processes found in nature, his research benefited a wide array of fields, from art to physics and finance.
The colors reflect the hues worn by members of every branch of the US military.