In song and spirit, Mississippi had never seen anyone like Fannie Lou Hamer. Not even the president could stop her.
They were Dizzy, Daffy, and Ducky. They clowned, brawled, and romped through the Great Depression...
Single mother of seven, Dolores Huerta left her teaching job and went into the fields. The United Farm Workers was born.
"In America, there are two kinds of travel -- first class and travel with children."
-- Meet Robert Benchley.
A shrill song is stuck in our heads. Once it plays out, we should listen to the old tunes. . .
Street brawls about statues? A new Civil War? Watch "Why Americans Can't Get Along."
How one woman changed how people look at people.
How an idea at a dinner party turned into an art masterpiece. The table is set...
When the Nobel laureate investigated the Challenger disaster, America got a science lesson from a master...
"They cannot roll back the rising tide of reform. The world moves."
How lessons taught in Charlottesville -- in 1954 -- became "the historical Bible" of the Civil Rights Movement.
Turning the grand old flag into art took genius.