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Teacher, ball player, civil rights activist, Catto was assassinated for his efforts in 1871. His statue is the first on Philadelphia public property to recognize a specific African American.
"Bodak Yellow" is No. 1 on the Billboard 100 chart, replacing "Look What You Made Me Do."
Members of the A$AP Mob reflect on their 10 years of working together and apart.
A word of caution to grown-ups: You'll risk getting these tunes stuck in your heads for the rest of the day.
The former Fox News Channel host was doing everything she could on her first day to adapt to the morning-show style.
While fans complain that tickets are scarce and expensive on popular sites like StubHub, TicketIQ, and SeatGeek, the potential for investor fraud lies more on the broker side of the industry, where money is raised from investors to finance ticket purchases.
Bristol Riverside Theatre has kicked off its 31st season with an exuberant and endearing production of the musical "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee."
"Things happen for a reason. In this particular case, I promise you, I'm going to come out a better man and father than I've ever been."
Formerly serving as the station's weekend weather person for 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. broadcasts, Martiń announced her departure from the station via social media last week.
More than 25 years after Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth (1989), he returns with a new volume in the Kingsbridge series. A Column of Fire is set in Elizabethan England. It ranges well beyond Kingsbridge into the wider world of a divided Europe, pro
Most of the major Ken Burns documentaries have come with big, handsome, illustrated companion books, and this one accompanying the PBS series The Vietnam War is a particularly stunning example.