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A recent publishing of the investigation of a rare class of meteorite (the CI1 Carbonaceous Chondrite) by Dr. Richard Hoover of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center has caused another stir among scientists and the news media regarding possible origins of life on Earth and life in the Universe in general. [...]
A new contender is launching in the competitive cable news market. Al Jazeera America promises more in-depth domestic news and fewer commercials. Judy Woodruff talks with Deborah Potter of NewsLab and Philip Seib of the University of Southern California for more on what to expect from the new network.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson recently returned from a private visit to North Korea. Margaret Warner speaks with him about the trip and tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Give kids a mini history lesson with this fun, feathered headband.
Forty years after co-creating the original Upstairs Downstairs, Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins explain the inspiration for the original series, and the overwhelming emotion and unexpected surprises of returning to 165 Eaton Place.
W.S. Merwin is the Library of Congress' 17th Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry. He has had a prolific writing career, crafting more than 50 books of verse, translations, memoirs and more.
Takeshi Kitano returns to the gangster genre with this elaborately plotted tale about a gruesome grudge match among rival clans.
Browse a timeline of Butch, Sundance and the American Wild West.
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Explore how cultural perceptions of autism have changed over the the past century.