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Eleanor Creesy helped guide the fastest sailing ship

2012-11-07 13:28
Today, we tell about Eleanor Creesy. She helped to guide one of the fastest sailing ships ever built.

Mae West, the wild woman of film and stage

2012-11-07 13:28
Today we tell about film actress Mae West. She was also a writer, producer and businesswoman.

Condition of oceans affects human health

2012-11-06 11:00
Today, we tell about a new way to measure the health of the world’s oceans.

Ex-fighters make a new life with coffee

2012-11-06 11:00
A cooperative in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo is giving Congolese coffee exports a fresh start.

Words and their stories: down to earth

2012-11-05 10:17
Down to earth means being open and honest. It is easy to deal with someone who is down to earth.

Are smartphone apps encouraging young smokers?

2012-11-05 10:17
Millions of people around the world now have smartphones, and many of them are children.

Serving farm-fresh meals -- at the farm

2012-11-02 09:49
The farm-to-table idea has become more popular in recent years. But there is also a group that brings "table to farm."

Edwin Hubble changed our ideas about the universe

2012-11-02 09:49
His research involved a major question astronomers could not answer: What are nebulae?

Can you 'think and grow rich?'

2012-11-01 10:28
Can you think your way to wealth and success? Napoleon Hill believed that if you think the right thoughts you can.

Scientists dispute study of genetically modified corn

2012-11-01 10:28
The study said the animals developed the growths after two years of being fed genetically changed maize.

Medical experts debate value of alcohol use

2012-10-31 09:30
Some medical experts say light drinking may be good for your health, especially for the heart.

A story for Halloween: 'Innocence Burned'

2012-10-30 10:23
On Halloween, children dress in costumes and collect candy from their neighbors.

Growing girls who code

2012-10-30 10:23
Yet only 18% of the women earned degrees in computer and information sciences.

Minnesota state fair holds big sing along

2012-10-29 09:12
The northern state of Minnesota is home to one of the nation’s largest and oldest state fairs.

Words and their stories: military expressions

2012-10-29 09:05
By World War Two, soldiers were called other names. The one most often heard was GI, or GI Joe.

The risks of language for health translators

2012-10-26 10:05
For health translators, finding the rights words is not just about language but also culture.

American history: Slavery in the American South

2012-10-26 10:05
This week in our series, we we tell about slavery, and how it affected the history of the United States.

High and fast: the X-15 reached the edge of space

2012-10-25 10:27
It was designed to test equipment and conditions for future space flights. The plane was called the X-15.

Jimmy Doolittle: a pilot and leader

2012-10-25 10:27
Today Shirley Griffith and Frank Oliver tell about a famous World War Two pilot, Jimmy Doolittle.

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