In Amelia Earhart’s Hometown, Mystique Has Its Benefits

By MITCH SMITH July 18, 2017 ATCHISON, Kan. — In eight decades since Amelia Earhart’s ill-fated flight around the globe, residents of her Kansas hometown have grown used to renowned historians and armchair researchers claiming to have finally...

‘Godspeed, John Glenn’

By THE NEW YORK TIMES April 6, 2017 America stood still that day — Feb. 20, 1962 — as John Glenn, a Marine pilot, climbed into the Mercury capsule, named the Friendship 7, sitting on the launchpad at Cape Canaveral in Florida. In a...

‘Godspeed, John Glenn’

By THE NEW YORK TIMES April 6, 2017 America stood still that day — Feb. 20, 1962 — as John Glenn, a Marine pilot, climbed into the Mercury capsule, named the Friendship 7, sitting on the launchpad at Cape Canaveral in Florida. In a...