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A Naval Officer’s Fateful Decisions at Pearl Harbor

'I was sleeping when the first missile hit the ship' ...
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The Advertising Photographer Who Turned His Lens to War

Whether he was shooting men's shoes or men at sea, Charles E. Kerleespared no attention to detail ...
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Minimum Wage in America: A Timeline

When Congress passed the Fair Labor Standards Act in 1938, it represented a major shift in labor policy. For the ...
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Mystery Ship: January 2020

Can you identify this tiny T-tail twin? Click here for the answer! ...
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Neurosymphony

The Laboratory for NeuroImaging of Coma and Consciousness (NICC) at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston studies the process of recovering consciousness ...
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Living with ADHD: how I learned to make distraction work for me

Even today, 20 years after my childhood diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), I am still keenly aware of ...
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Would a Shark Attack Victim be Eligible for a Purple Heart?

Got a history question? Ask World War II magazine ...
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How U.S. Employers Have Handled Pregnancy in the Workplace

As the only industrialized nation in the world with no federal policy mandating paid maternity leave, the United States has ...
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The Lingering Legend of Abraham Lincoln’s Ghost

Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States (1861-1865), is remembered for his vital role as the leader in ...
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Collective Behavior: A 480-Million-Year-Old Conga Line

Nearly half a billion years ago, trilobites may have been capable of some kinds of collective behavior associated with modern ...
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