Culture

Smithsonian Shades of Gray

Smithsonian Shades of Gray

Mary L. Holden May 9, 2014 0

Director John Gray, Director of the National Museum of American History, shares his vision for leading the nation's largest institution devoted to American history.

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Helping Our Veterans Do Battle with PTSD

Helping Our Veterans Do Battle with PTSD

Heather Karr March 3, 2014 0

A 2012 study from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs reported that 22 veterans take their own life each day.

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Let Us Never Forget Our World War II Veterans

Let Us Never Forget Our World War II Veterans

Ed Martinez November 11, 2013 0

Have we as a society forgotten those who served our country more than half a century ago?

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Navajo Code Talkers in World War II

Navajo Code Talkers in World War II

Heather Karr November 11, 2013 0

Known as Navajo Code Talkers, they were young Navajo men who transmitted secret communications on the battlefields of WWII. Their unbreakable, secret code played a pivotal role in saving countless lives.

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The North American Law Degree: One Lawyer, Two Countries

The North American Law Degree: One Lawyer, Two Countries

Mary L. Holden October 1, 2013 0

Until now, few lawyers have been able to attain the ability to practice law in more than one country.

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