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Engineering Our Food
Using science to change what you eat. Is that a good thing? Food for thought.
Immigration: Eastern and Western U.S.
America has been called a nation of immigrants. That’s because Americans came to this country from all over the world, for different reasons.
A Brief History of the Baseball
How baseballs are made evolved over time, just like the game itself.
A science fiction story set in a very frightening future.
After 20 Years
A story with an interesting twist about two men meeting after not seeing each other for 20 years.
Agatha Christie: Author Missing!
Celebrity gossip didn't just start with the internet. Read what happened to this famous author almost a century ago.
Alan Moore: It’s Never Too Late
Alan Moore proves that you can realize your dreams at any age.
Articles of Confederation and the Constitution
If you thought the Constitution was written and adopted quickly and easily...think again.
The Battles for Texas Independence
How Texas fought for independence and eventually became a state...Remember the Alamo!
The Beginning of the End of Slavery
Did Abraham Lincoln really free the slaves? Well, not really, but he certainly got the ball rolling.
The Christmas Crisis
When you're alone, you can spend the holidays with whomever you like or no one. Not so, when there is another person involved.
A Close Call
It's a good idea to check to see who is calling before answering the phone.
Entertainment: 1920s and 1950s
What did people do to entertain themselves before smartphones and technology?
Europeans Aid the American Revolution
The colonists fought the British for independence, but they didn't do it alone.
The Fight for Health & Safety
Today the government is trying to roll back regulations that keep our food and products safe. Find out why safety regulations were first put in place.
First Steps in Space
The race for space between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was how it all began.
From Slavery to Sharecropping
What did many of the African American slaves, who were now free as a result of the 13th Amendment passing in 1865, do for work?
Going to College Online
Online college is a great option for many people, so find out if it's right for you.
The Good Luck Penny
Two strangers talking in a diner about good luck charms.
The Great Society
Government programs that benefit many Americans were started back in the 1960s, with some under fire today.
I'm Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired
The title of this article comes from the words of Fannie Lou Hamer. In the 1960s, Ms. Hamer fought for the civil rights of African Americans.
Japanese Americans and World War II
During World War II between 110,000 and 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry were relocated and incarcerated in internment camps in the western United States.
Jim Crow and Brown v. Board of Education
Jim Crow laws were written in the late 1800s to limit African Americans in voting, working, where they could live, and go to school.
Julia's Nasty Bruise
Do you know the leading cause of injuries to women between the ages of 15 and 44? It’s not car accidents or robberies gone wrong. It’s domestic violence.
Kayla and George: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Harassment is illegal in the workplace. Meet Kayla Walker and how she had to cope with sexual harassment in her workplace.
The King of Mazy May
An exciting adventure story about the gold rush in northwest Canada in 1896.
Labor Unions and the Rights of Workers
How labor unions were formed and why they continue to be a vital part of the workforce.
Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcom X: Two Messages
Two civil rights leaders in the 1960s delivered two very different messages.
My Credit Score...Why Should I Care?
Find out how is your credit score determined and what impacts it.
President Reagan and Reaganomics
Ronald Reagan (1911-2004), a former actor and California governor, served as the 40th U.S. president from 1981 to 1989.
Progressives Work for Change
The people who fought for reform were called progressives. The progressive movement grew out of political corruption and social and economic changes.
Quick and Healthy Breakfasts
Sometimes people eat dessert for breakfast depending on how much sugar is in the food.
The Secret Code of Cells
This article is about cells, genes, DNA, chromosomes and how they work together to build all living things.
Settling St. Augustine
St. Augustine is in northern Florida and is one of the oldest settlements in the United States.
Some New Year's Eve
A story that ends badly for everyone.
States That Never Were
Many territories became states in the U.S. Here are four that didn't make it.