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Rosa Parks: First Statue of African-American Female to Grace Capitol
Rosa Parks, the civil rights pioneer, will make history again today by becoming the first African American woman to have her likeness depicted in the Capitol's Statuary Hall. Parks' monument is a part of the Capitol Art Collection which hosts 180 pieces of art; her statue will stand among nine
Patti Smith's Playlist
Patti Smith she is the singer songwriter high would have just added last year. National book award winner to her list of accomplishments. Her raspy and voice is inspired generations of rock musicians and now. She tells us all about the songs that shaped her Music is such universal language. Being
Evelyn Einstein Died in Squalor, Despite Grandfather's Riches
Homeless and Hungry, Granddaughter of Albert Einstein Never Saw Dime of Dead Scientist's Wealth
Juju's Inspiration: Wilma Rudolph Ran for Her Country, Against Discrimination
Doctors Said Sickness Would Keep Her From Walking, Wilma Rudolph Won an Olympic Gold in Running Instead
Strep Throat May Have Led to Mozart's Death
MONDAY, Aug. 17 (HealthDay News) -- It's one of the enduring mysteries of classical music: What -- or who -- killed Mozart at the age of 35 when he was at the height of his creative powers? Now, there's a new theory: He died of complications of strep throat. The latest hypothesis lacks the inherent
Strep Throat Killed Mozart, New Theory Argues
Researchers Say Mozart May Have Died from a Bacterial Infection, Not Poison or Fever
11 Amazing Animals That Improve Your Health
The words " drug development " may conjure images of white-coated scientists, working at benches with pipettes and petri dishes. But the real experiments have been occurring in nature for millennia, where life on land and sea has developed distinct chemical methods of survival -- from capturing
How to Avoid Unsafe Toys
Safety Advocates Say Parents Need to Be Vigilant About How Kids Play With Toys
Excerpt: "Speaking for Myself"
Clerie Blair, Wife of Former British PM Tony Blair, Gets Personal in Her Memoir
Scarlet Fever in New Jersey!
Rutgers' football team remains undefeated after beating Louisville Cardinals.