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The Obama Administration announced that it would reward up to $18 million for information about the location of some of the Islamic State’s top leaders. Here, a black flag belonging to the Islamic State is seen near the Syrian town of Kobani....
Amanda Louise Spayd brings to life doll-sized “wayward creatures” — all from a world that exists in her head. Produced and edited by Ashley Brook, WOSU. Artist Amanda Louise Spayd has created a whole world populated by endearing...
In April, the Thomas Edison Historical Park added new doll recordings, which were digitized with technology that extracted the childlike voices without damaging the fragile wax cylinder records embedded in the toys. Photos courtesy of National Park...
Crime scene tape surrounds buildings at the apartment complex in Phoenix where the two suspects in Sunday’s shooting, Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi shared an apartment. Photo by Nancy Wiechec/Reuters The group calling itself the Islamic State...
Photo by Fuse/Getty Images Editor’s Note: Every educator has a unique reason for entering the profession. In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Day on May 5, we asked contributors to the PBS NewsHour’s Teachers’ Lounge blog to...
Google’s latest doodle pays tribute to the late Nellie Bly, an American journalist. One hundred and fifty-one years after her birth, Google is honoring American reporter Nellie Bly in an original ditty of a doodle penned by singer-songwriter...