Men and women stand silently in front of the Daughters of the American Revolution Memorial Hall in Washington, D.C., in 1934 to protest the failure of the attorney general's national conference on crime to include lynching on its program. BETTMANN/CORBIS
Racist Dr. Seuss Drawing Fails to Draw Bids at Auction The image went to auction Thursday in California. Before Dr. Seuss became a popular children's author, he apparently worked as an illustrator of racist cartoons. Now one of the works is up for auction as his legacy take a major blow.
An Associated Press investigation reports that a vast array of pharmaceuticals show up in the water of 41 million Americans. The drugs are concentrated in the water in tiny quantities, but some scientists worry that there could still be harmful effects for humans.