September 20, 2021
Historical Boston Church Reconciles With Its Ties To Slavery
The church recently received a $75,000 grant to help with education efforts around slavery.
Efforts to change crosses on graves of Jewish American soldiers
Hundreds of Jewish American soldiers killed during World War II are thought to be buried under Latin crosses.
Children of fallen military members gather for remembrance and healing
Children in the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors express pain, loss and dreams through therapy, art and poetry.
Inside the complicated process of building a new national memorial
Building a national memorial to the lives lost in the Global War on Terror requires new laws, layers of bureaucracy and millions of dollars.
Convicted US spy Robert Hanssen dies in federal prison
Hanssen was serving a life sentence for spying for Russia.
What's causing the unusual strandings and deaths among whales?
Scientists explain the causes behind unusual numbers of whale strandings and deaths on the U.S. Atlantic coast.
What is shrinkflation?
One man is trying to raise more awareness about this common practice.