The northern state of Minnesota is home to one of the nation’s largest and oldest state fairs.
By World War Two, soldiers were called other names. The one most often heard was GI, or GI Joe.
For health translators, finding the rights words is not just about language but also culture.
This week in our series, we we tell about slavery, and how it affected the history of the United States.
The new production record is heightening concerns among environmentalists.
Every year in New York, more than 2,500 girls under 18 give birth, and many drop out of school.
It was designed to test equipment and conditions for future space flights. The plane was called the X-15.
Today Shirley Griffith and Frank Oliver tell about a famous World War Two pilot, Jimmy Doolittle.
Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant in Washington is the largest facility of its kind in the world and is among the leaders in the effort.
Rodney Stotts is passionate about birds of prey. He found his calling through birds of prey.
The French national food safety agency joined six scientific academies in concluding the study was too badly done to support its conclusions.
"Technology changes music," notes Koyu. "That's definitely the case and so you can say like the computer laptop is the new guitar."