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Bill Remembers: Hurricane Camille

Bill Kurtis looks back on Hurricane Camille, which struck down in Mississippi during the summer of 1969. The storm claimed hundreds of lives and caused over $1 billion in damage. It became the inspiration for our now five-scale system used to rank hurricanes.

First Untethered Spacewalk

After decades of tethered spacewalks it was time to push the bar even further. On February 7, ... more

Riding the Wave of Fortune

"The post-war boom created this sense that there was one way to be a successful American, sort ... more

Murray Woroner's "Super Fight"

In 1970, radio producer Murray Woroner used computer technology and the magic of film to create ... more
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