Alize Way-Heffner, 7, uses a smartphone on August 14, 2016 in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania.  The small Northeastern Pennsylvania town of 5,000 residents has a rich coal mining history.  The majority of nearby coal mines have closed and 20.1% of the population now exists below the poverty line, with a median household income of $18,714.

Alize Way-Heffner, 7, uses a smartphone on August 14, 2016 in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. The small Northeastern Pennsylvania town of 5,000 residents has a rich coal mining history. The majority of nearby coal mines have closed and 20.1% of the population now exists below the poverty line, with a median household income of $18,714.

Wednesday, Jul 12 10 a.m. (ET)

Why The Internet Fast Lane Has Bypassed Rural America

Broadband access for more than 23 million rural Americans is lousy.

Apart from tweets of support and a brief statement, President Donald Trump (right) has largely been silent about his son Donald Junior's (left) meeting with a Russian lawyer.

Apart from tweets of support and a brief statement, President Donald Trump (right) has largely been silent about his son Donald Junior's (left) meeting with a Russian lawyer.

Wednesday, Jul 12 11 a.m. (ET)

Don Jr.’s E-mails And The President’s Disappearing Act

News that the President Donald Trump's eldest son took a meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer knowing it was part of a Russian attempt to help his father win the election has everyone in Washington talking. Everyone, that is, except the president.

Only six women, working three at a time in 12-hour shifts, keep Pershing’s headquarters connected with the rest of the Army during the Battle of St. Mihiel. Helmets and gas masks hang from their chairs. Left-to-right: Berthe Hunt, Tootsie Fresnel, Grace Banker.

Only six women, working three at a time in 12-hour shifts, keep Pershing’s headquarters connected with the rest of the Army during the Battle of St. Mihiel. Helmets and gas masks hang from their chairs. Left-to-right: Berthe Hunt, Tootsie Fresnel, Grace Banker.

Wednesday, Jul 12 11:20 a.m. (ET)

The Hello Girls: America’s First Women Soldiers And Their Fight For Recognition

The women of the U.S. Army Signal Corps were heroes in World War I. But when they returned home, they soon learned that the government that had recruited them for this mission didn't even consider them veterans.

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