Occupy Wall Street celebrated its one-year anniversary Monday with demonstrations that led to several arrests, but not an enthusiastic turnout. Is Occupy Wall Street finally finished for good?
Battle of Antietam anniversary will be commemorated on Monday near Washington, D.C. The Battle of Antietam anniversary will remember over 23,000 soldiers from both the Union and Confederate armies who were killed, wounded, or reported missing.
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On the 50th anniversary of the publication of "Silent Spring," William Souder offers a compelling portrait of Rachel Carson and the birth of the environmental controversies we know today.
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Three male characters head to the desert hoping to change their lives.