Renowned performers gather for a special centennial celebration of the birth of the great American folk singer/songwriter, Woody Guthrie (pictured), recorded live at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Chris Gordon went to medical school with the intention of going into primary care, but a national shortage of primary care physicians shows he's in the minority. Gordon is working to draw more new doctors into the clinic setting by starting a residency program at the City Heights Family Health Center.
The "Atari Dump" of New Mexico, where the game company rid itself of unsold game cartridges, will be excavated this summer. Here, a file photo shows a woman demonstrating Atari's unreleased 1984 Mindlink device, using a headband that picks up impulses from movement of the player's forehead.
Radar images of asteroid 1998 QE2, taken when the cosmic traveler was about 3.75 million miles from Earth, revealed that the asteroid, with a 1.7-mile diameter, has a moon or satellite revolving around it.
President Obama, with Education Secretary Arne Duncan at his side, calls on Congress on June 21, 2012, to stop interest rates on student loans from doubling. He is going to make that appeal again Friday.
A construction worker paints walls at the Maryland Proton Treatment Center in Baltimore. Each of the center's five rooms will contain a massive piece of equipment that will rotate around a cancer patient to deliver a special kind of radiation.