Uncovering The Truth About Native American Boarding Schools
Groups are investigating the abuse of Native American children at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania.
The history and traditions behind Groundhog Day
There has only been one Punxsutawney Phil, but as the fandom grows, so does his competition.By Barry Reeger / AP
Why do we celebrate Black History Month in February?
February holds the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln, who issued the Emancipation Proclamation, and Frederick Douglass, who was an activist for equality.By Shutterstock
Mississippi musicians are pushing to reclaim state's music history
Many genres of music have roots that tie back to Mississippi. Now, the music industry in the state is trying to reclaim its history.By Scripps News
Source: Kyrie Irving going to the Dallas Mavericks
The blockbuster trade ends Irving's pairing with Kevin Durant before it ever had much of a chance to click.By Frank Franklin II / AP
Lawmakers react to US shooting down suspected Chinese spy balloon
If you can't get enough of the Chinese balloon saga, turns out there's another sighting in Costa Rica.By Chad Fish via AP
Democrats introduce bills intended to bolster Black history education
Advocates for the legislation said it would invest $10 million over five years in the National Museum of African American History and Culture.By Mariam Zuhaib / AP