Amy Hargrave was 4 years old when her father, T.J. Hargrave, died in the terror attacks at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. As she struggled with grief, her family suggested she volunteer at the National Sept. 11 Museum in New York City. In this week’s Sunday Focus, she sits down with Willie Geist and shares how talking about her dad while connecting with visitors has helped her healing process.
Over the weekend, SpaceX and NASA made history again, safely returning Americans home from the International Space Station after a two-month mission. It was the first water landing for U.S. spacecraft in 45 years.
The headquarters of NASA in Washington, D.C., has been renamed after Mary W. Jackson, the agency’s first Black female engineer. Jackson, who died in 2005, helped inspire the book and film “Hidden Figures.”
Gillian B. White, Deputy Editor for The Atlantic joins Cheddar to discuss the history of writing about racism in America and what organizations can do now to amplify black voices.
The statue celebrated dedications and renovations, but it also weathered two major closures from historic events. Yet, 135 years later the Statue of Liberty shines on as it continues to be an enduring symbol of freedom.
June marks the 135th year since the statue first sailed in to New York Harbor. Nightly Films looks back at the origins of Lady Liberty – from an idea to the nation’s gateway.
The chest, filled with gold and jewelry , was unearthed after a decade-long search.