The first test of a nuclear bomb took place 70 years ago this month in the desert of southern New Mexico, where some say the effects are still being felt. Continue reading
“How do you give a eulogy for someone you never met?” I picked a Polish immigrant as my silent hero. He was a true stranger at first, but he had a story and I was going to find it. Continue reading
In the more than 70 years since allied soldiers stormed the beach at Normandy, firsthand accounts of the lives lost that day are slipping away. Continue reading
In the Mediterranean Sea, fishermen are caught in the midst of the growing crisis involving stranded migrants desperately trying to reach the shores of Europe. Continue reading
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