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The art installation, called In America: Remember, will be on display at the National Mall for more than two weeks. It honors the more than 660,000 lives lost to COVID-19 in the United States.
Many Afghans who worked for the U.S. government in Afghanistan end up doing gig work or other low wage jobs in America, even when they come with language and professional skills.
In celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day, many people will eat the green, white and red dish of stuffed peppers in walnut sauce. Noted chef and cookbook author Pati Jinich is among them.
Hubble’s iconic images captured the public’s imagination. Will NASA’s next big space telescope, which sees infrared light, produce astronomy scenes that pack a similar punch?
What does an elementary school classroom look like right now? Photojournalist Natosha Via spent the day with one Louisville music teacher as she adjusted masks and sanitized xylophone mallets.
A demonstration is planned in support of defendants charged after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol. The FBI says there’s no specific threat, but security officials say they’re ready no matter what.
A Korean American man faces deportation because his adoption in the 1980s was never finalized. Blue Bayou may be heavy handed, but it tells a fundamental truth about our flawed immigration system.