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Robert Caro talks Lyndon Johnson, music and the 1960s
Robert Caro has been thinking a lot about the 1960s: The Pulitzer Prize winning historian shared observations about the decade in address to the New-York Historical Society
Countdown to Earth Day: Blogger Lives Trash Free
"Zero Waste" blogger Lauren Singer has been living trash free for four years by making her own beauty and cleaning products, and buying local, organic food.
Remembering Peter Seeger
Folk songwriter inspired generations of singers and musicians from, Bob Dylan to Bruce Springsteen.
Day in Pictures: 1/28/14
Images from across the globe: Search for landslide victims, Thailand protests turn bloody, Formula 1 debuts new cars, farewell to Pete Seeger
Pete Seeger Dead at Age 94
And the father of American folk music has died. This morning Americans young and old are taking to social media to remember Pete Seeger. ♪ Pete Seeger wrote hundreds of songs, performed by many of the greats in American folk music. ♪ Everything a turn turn turn ♪ Reporter:
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. State of the Union Address President Barack Obama to set the tone for his sixth year in office today with the State of The Union Address . The focus, outlined a month ago by the President, will involve making sure our
Folk Singer and Activist Pete Seeger Dead at Age 94
Seeger wrote hundreds of songs that were performed by many of the greats in American Folk Music.
Folk Singer and Activist Pete Seeger Dead at 94
Legendary folk singer and activist Pete Seeger has died at age 94. Seeger’s record label, Appleseed Recordings, released a statement to ABC News confirming his death. “Nobody is truly gone until all those who are touched or influenced by that person are gone,” Appleseed founder Jim Musselman said
Watch: Ghosts of the Canyon: Deportee Mystery Comes to Light After 65 Years
Woody Guthrie must have known that immigrants were more than just labels like "illegal" or "deportee." In 1948, news of a plane crash at Los Gatos Canyon, in California’s central San Joaquin Valley, made headlines across the country, but while the four American crew members were identified by name,
Unabomber Updates Status in Harvard Alum Magazine
Theodore Kaczynski Lists 'Prisoner' as Occupation, Life Sentences as 'Awards'