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Monday, March 20, 2017
The History of "Stolen" Supreme Court Seats, How Dinosaurs Get Their Names, An App to Tell You Where to Live and More
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The History of “Stolen” Supreme Court Seats
How the Remarkable Tardigrade Springs Back to Life after Drying Out
The Wild Rock and Roller Chuck Berry Dies
Smithsonian Subscribing Members Could Save on Auto Insurance!
From “T. Rex” to “Pantydraco": How Dinosaurs Get Their Names
Repeat Bleaching Destroys Massive Swaths of the Great Barrier Reef
Chef Boyardee Was A Real Person
Ballerina Misty Copeland on Working With Prince, Her Must-See Dances, and Why She Wants to Bring "Ballet Across America"
Artist June Schwarcz Electroplated and Sandblasted Her Way Into Art Museums and Galleries
A Photographer Captures Papier-Mâché and Politics on Parade in Haiti's Jacmel
White Southerners Said “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” Was Fake News
Chile Designates 11 Million Acres of Land as National Parks
Sesame Street to Introduce Julia, a Muppet with Autism
Where Should You Live? This App Will Tell You
Smithsonian Researchers Are Bringing the Oryx Back to the Wild
Emily Dickinson Was Fiercer Than You Think
Coral Reefs Now Face Deep Water Dead Zones, As If Climate Change Were Not Enough
, "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias
threw a hitless inning
in an exhibition game for the major-league baseball Philadelphia A's. Didrikson wasn't the first woman to play ball with the major leaguers, but the all-star athlete's towering presence on the mound brought mainstream attention to the feats that women were capable of.
Read more about Babe and other revolutionary athletes who broke boundaries and helped pave the way for the modern sportswoman.
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"Dreaming Matera" Photo by Alessandro Cocca
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