The "Stories from a Pandemic" podcast series is donating more than 700 audio clips to the Library of Congress. The clips feature the stories and experiences of frontline medical workers who witnessed the country's decline in the pandemic.
The nominees include several conservative Trump donors and a failed ambassadorial nominee who was accused in 2019 of colluding with the RNC in a suspected pay-to-play scheme.
Retired Navy veteran, Keith Sherman, has interviewed Gold Star families in all 50 states, which concluded in Massachusetts on Friday. These stories will be added to the Library of Congress in November.
The Library of Congress has announced 25 films inducted for 2018.
"In a sense, we see the birth of what would be the start of what we would come to know as the Americas."
Juan Felipe Herrera, the son of migrant farm workers, will be the first Mexican-American poet to hold the post.
The works are part of the Library's annual selection of 25 "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" recordings to add to its collection.
The personal papers and photographs of a civil rights icon are available to the public for the first time.
Following a blaze in Moscow, Newsweek asked professionals how they prepare for damage and rescue collections.
Titles that made the cut this year include 'Saving Private Ryan,' 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off,' and 'Rosemary's Baby.'