- National GeographicMay 14 03:28 AM
The holiday started as an antiwar statement. But battles over who owned Mother's Day kept coming.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneApr 30 09:27 AM
REVIEW: This antiwar fable, set in the former Soviet Union, was an Oscar nominee.
- Salon.comMay 25 05:08 AM
Timothy McVeigh. The Unabomber. Waco. Ruby Ridge. The list goes on and on (and on and on ...)
- Los Angeles TimesMay 27 05:17 AM
The monument to all Mexican American veterans in Boyle Heights was dedicated in 1947 — the same year that a new generation of Latino soldiers, the Vietnam generation, was being born. The war in Southeast Asia ended 40 years ago; it would be another five years before the U.S. began counting Latinos...
- Everett HeraldMay 08 12:17 AM
Small in scale and antiwar in subject, "Tangerines" is the kind of story that almost always gets called a fable. Most such projects can get gooey...
- MSNMay 04 04:34 PM
© AP Photo/John Filo In this May 4, 1970 file photo, Mary Ann Vecchio gestures and screams as she kneels by the body of a student lying face down on the campus of Kent State University, Kent, Ohio.
- FOX CT HartfordMay 27 10:42 AM
Everything is coming up puppets at the University of Connecticut's main campus in Storrs. This, of course, has been the case since March 2014, when the world-renowned Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry opened amazing new digs at Storrs Center.
- Washington PostMay 12 12:10 PM
The Democratic senator has never been close with the president, but the public is now seeing open animosity.
- The Jersey JournalMay 14 12:29 AM
If passion and principle could end all wars and bring justice to the earth, then the hundreds of people attending the United National AntiWar Coalition (UNAC) convention would achieve their goals. For the first time, this fledgling group held its national convention in New Jersey and drew people from all over the country.
- Taegan Goddard's Political WireMay 13 04:46 AM
“Grass-roots liberal movements gave birth to two Democratic stars over the past decade: one who rode a wave of antiwar sentiment into the White House and the other who became the ideological standard-bearer in the party’s fight against big banks [...]