I learn something new every time I read through the Today’s Document Tumblr page published by the National Archives. Sometimes it’s stuff that I learn that I guess I wish I hadn’t. I felt that way reading a recently posted document on the Kent State shooting. Saturday marks 43 years since National Guard troops killed Read more →
Archives for May 3, 2013
The Royal Air Force museum in Britain is planning to raise a World War II-era airplane from the floor of the English Channel.
By MPR News editor Bill Wareham Earlier this week, Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), announced it was accepting nominations for a new award. It could well be argued that industry awards tend to be overly self-congratulatory and are handed out a little too freely. But this award, the Golden Padlock, is different: “This honor acknowledges Read more →
New research suggests that segregation — by both race and skill set — drags down economic growth of whole metropolitan areas.