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Good News in History, April 24

Happy 85th Birthday to Shirley MacLaine, the esteemed dancer, actress, writer, and spiritual seeker. A 6-time Academy Award nominee, MacLaine received a nomination for...

Good News in History, April 12

150 years ago today, the North Carolina legislature passed an anti-Ku Klux Klan Law, which prohibited night riding and wearing masks, to combat the...

Good News in History, April 6

Happy Birthday to Paul Rudd who turns 50 today. The actor-comedian-writer co-starred in the films Clueless; The 40-Year-Old Virgin; I Love You, Man; Ant-Man;...

Good News in History, April 2

80 years ago today, the soul singer-songwriter and musician Marvin Gaye was born in Washington, DC. ‘The Prince of Motown’ helped to shape the...

Good News in History, March 31

On this day 70 years ago, the RCA Victor company introduced the 45-rpm record, an advancement that had taken almost a decade to develop....

Good News in History, March 29

60 years ago today, “Some Like It Hot”, the romantic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, was released. Considered to be...

Good News in History, March 28

75 years ago today, a Swedish housewife in her mid-30s, Astrid Lindgren, sprained her ankle so bad that she was confined to bed and...

Good News in History, March 22

Today is the 26th annual World Water Day, inspired by the international goal of providing clean water for everyone. In the last twenty-six years more...

Good News in History, March 21

35 years ago today, the memorial to John Lennon in New York City was unveiled on a Central Park knoll. The tract of land...

Good News in History, March 19

40 years ago today, C-SPAN debuted as its own cable channel as a public service providing unfiltered, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the United States House...

Good News in History, March 15

Happy 44th Birthday to singer–songwriter, record producer, voice actor, fashion entrepreneur and NASA enthusiast Will.i.am. Best known as a rapper in Black Eyed Peas, he...

Good News in History, March 11

47 years ago today, Harry Nilsson finished a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with his version of ‘Without You,’...

Good News in History, March 9

60 years ago today, the Barbie doll made her debut at the International Toy Festival, and the lifelike doll that looked like a young...

Good News in History, March 4

90 years ago today, Charles Curtis became first Native-American Vice President of the United States. A Kansas attorney and the Republican leader of the U.S....

Good News in History, March 2

30 years ago today, in response to a dramatic depletion of the ozone layer of Earth's atmosphere, twelve European nations agreed to ban the...

Good News in History, February 26

100 years ago today, the Grand Canyon was proclaimed a National Park by the US Congress. The steep-sided mile-deep canyon carved by the Colorado...

Good News in History, February 25

On this day 76 years ago, guitarist-songwriter George Harrison was born in Liverpool, England. His mother, Louise, wanted only for him to be happy, and the...

Good News in History, February 24

On this day 70 years ago, Merrill's Marauders began their 1,000-mile journey through Japanese occupied Burma during World War II. A total of 2,750...

U.S. Ski Industry is Uniting Behind a List of Climate Change Actions to Save the Slopes

This is the first major collaboration between outdoor recreational groups to stop climate change and save American ski slopes.

Senate Passes Biggest Public Lands Package of the Decade With Sweeping Bipartisan Approval

The legislation, which was approved in a 92-8 vote, will designate over 1.3 million acres as nationally-protected public lands.