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Meet four African American artists whose innovative work brings excitement to the worlds of portraiture, ballet, music and poetry.
The Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education overturned school segregation in the United States and helped reshape the nation.
Each year, a California town celebrates the birthday of America’s oldest person. Meet Edie Ceccarelli and her admiring neighbors.
Photography has long helped U.S. presidents connect with the public. Learn how advances have helped presidents shape their image.
Lent, the 40 days leading up to Easter, is a time of spiritual renewal for Christians that includes prayer and giving to others.
Attacks at sea have major consequences for the delivery of consumer goods and humanitarian aid. Learn more about the cost of disruptions.
U.S. towns named Valentine receive an abundance of cards each February. Learn more about how people there embrace the special day.
The Beatles played their first U.S. concert on February 11, 1964, in Washington. Their show included original tunes and American classics.
Women across Ukraine are stepping up and changing their roles in society as they meet the challenges brought on by the war.
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