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In the high latitudes of Alaska, the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, are a light show like no other. Lee Cowan travels to Fairbanks to witness the magical, even spiritual experience that viewing these extraordinary phenomena can be, and talks with photographer Ronn Murray about capturing the Aurora.
Service honors the exact moment bomb went off, killing 168 in federal building; ex-President Clinton among many in attendance
On April 19, 1877, Ole Evinrude was born in Norway. After moving to Wisconsin, an unfortunate incident while rowing a boat led the tinkerer to come up with a new design for an outboard motor - revolutionizing recreational boating. Charles Osgood reports.
Fifty-three percent of Americans say they'd be less likely to support an atheist for president, and almost half say they'd be unhappy if a family member married an atheist. Mo Rocca reports on the many consequences that those who come out as non-believers suffer in a nation founded on religious tolerance.
April 19, 1877, was the birthday of Ole Evinrude, inventor of the first reliable engine motor for recreational boating
In the U.S., where religious tolerance is a core tenet of our democracy, professing non-belief is often met with discrimination and scorn; now atheists are banding together to win hearts and minds
Williamsburg, Va., still not sure about increasing residency of John Hinckley Jr., found not guilty by reason of insanity for failed assassination attempt
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