Americans Reflect On Freedom This Independence Day
We asked several Americans from across the country to explain what freedom means to them this Independence Day.
50 Years After Native Americans Occupied Mount Rushmore To Protest Broken Treaty
Fifty years ago this summer, a group of Native American activists scaled the top of the monument and occupied the area for months to demand the land be returned to...
'Aloha Rodeo' Book Illuminates The History Of Hawaiian Cowboys
In 1908, three riders from Hawaii came to compete in the biggest rodeo in America — Frontier Days in Wyoming. Their abilities stunned spectators.
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Climate Change, COVID-19 Pandemic Threaten Future Of Panama Canal
Ricaurte Vasquez, administrator of the Panama Canal, discusses how climate change is affecting the supply of freshwater the canal needs...
As Retails Stores Stay Shuttered, Quarantined Americans Turn TVs To QVC And HSN
Retail sales have dropped significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but viewership has gone up for QVC and...
Senior Nutrition Programs Get $30M More In Funding Next Year. Meals On Wheels America CEO Says That's Still Not Enough
Meals on Wheels is serving 21 million fewer meals today than in 2005 because of relatively flat funding from Congress....
Amtrak Could Turn A Profit In 2020 For The 1st Time Ever
Amtrak says it logged an operating revenue of $3.3 billion — a 3.6% increase over the last fiscal year.