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I Went With Johnny Cash to Folsom Prison
HISTORY VIDEO Fifty years later, one of the only reporters allowed inside recalls the iconic concert. 4 days
For Martin Luther King Jr., Nonviolent Protest Never Meant ‘Wait and See’
HISTORY In later speeches, his language became stronger and more assertive, as he urged white moderates and liberals to reject the comfort of the status... 4 days
British Royals Hid Crown Jewels From Nazis in a Cracker Box
HISTORY Queen Elizabeth II had no idea about this top-secret operation until recently. 4 days
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HISTORY In May 1956 the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.... 4 days
Special Facebook Live from the King Center for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
HISTORY Watch it live on Monday, Jan. 15 from 6-8 p.m. 5 days
The Fight for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
HISTORY It took 15 years of fighting for MLK Day to be declared a national holiday—but some states pair it with a holiday celebrating Confederate leader Robert E. Lee. 5 days
How Medieval Churches Used Witch Hunts to Gain More Followers
HISTORY The Catholic and Protestant churches promoted themselves by persecuting witches, economists argue. 6 days
The Quest to Decipher the Rosetta Stone
HISTORY It took one artifact, two scholars and 20 years to decode a dead language. 6 days
A Tell-All about Nixon’s Campaign Was the 1969 Version of ‘Fire and Fury’
HISTORY Long before presidential scandals became standard, a best-selling book caught the nation’s attention with a salacious chronicle of White House machinations. 1 week
Until 1975, ‘Sexual Harassment’ Was the Menace With No Name
HISTORY Meet Lin Farley, the woman who helped coin the term 'sexual harassment.' 1 week
Sexual Exploitation Was the Norm for 19th Century Ballerinas
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Why Populism in America is a Double-Edged Sword
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DNA from Ice Age Baby Uproots Native American Family Tree
HISTORY The Ancient Beringians split off from other Native American ancestors 20,000 years ago. 2 weeks
The Tragic Austrian Empress Who Was Murdered by Anarchists
HISTORY Inside the unhappy reign of Sisi, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. 2 weeks
What Is the Nuclear ‘Button’ and Where Did It Come From?
HISTORY Every president since Kennedy has carried the nuclear football, but none have ever used it. 2 weeks
How TV Killed Hollywood’s Golden Age
HISTORY Television brought film into people’s homes—but flattened Hollywood. 2 weeks
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From flagship to spaceship—two experiments pushing the frontier of graphene's potential
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From flagship to spaceship—two experiments pushing the frontier of graphene's potential
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Multifaceted design of the mantis shrimp club is inspiring advanced composite materials for airplanes, football helmets
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Scientists use vibrations within cells to identify their mechanical properties
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A black cockatoo's journey back to the wild
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Advancing cloud with memory disaggregation
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A brief history of fitness technology
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Future weather forecasting—it's all in the 'MRI' of clouds
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'Earworm melodies with strange aspects' – what happens when AI makes music
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I Went With Johnny Cash to Folsom Prison
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