Columbia, SC, hopes to educate visitors, residents about city's place in civil rights movement
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Columbia, capital of SC, looks back 50 years on civil rights movement and its place in history
Federal officials investigate graffiti at historic Nevada cave; reward offered for information
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Hagerstown, Md., museum makes schools pay to reserve prom photo spot known for traffic jams
Volunteers cuddle babies too sick or tiny to leave hospital; 'a simple touch can be healing'
Metro will open two hours early to help runners get to the Rock 'N' Roll Marathon in Washington this weekend.
Sodexo food service company signs on to support Michelle Obama's anti-childhood obesity effort
In travel within Spain, the train overtakes the plane for the first time
5 free things in artsy Asheville, North Carolina, include music, mountains, lively downtown
Trade association says Americans spent $56 billion on pets in 2013, food consumes the most
National Park Service set to close access to Lake Superior ice caves near the Apostle Islands
D.C. will soon see what it's like to experience tiny living in an apartment with the boom of interest in micro-units.
Maybe you ignore the call, maybe you just hang up after saying hello. Either way, you are fueling the fire for that telemarketer to call you back - and soon.
To one generation George Takei was best-known for his role as Sulu on Star Trek. Today, Takei is widening his appeal from the young to the not-quite-as-young generations.
From boomers to seniors, 2 of every 100 Americans now have artificial hips, knees, study finds