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In honor of Black History Month, we found some classics we bet you didn’t know were created by black designers.
As I read Diane von Furstenberg's biography, The Woman I Wanted to Be, I was reminded of the significant role of women in the world of fashion. Match the following women with her accomplishment.
This week we present Part 2 in our list of questions for diagnosing Illinoisan Syndrome. It's also useful in exposing Wisconsinites and Iowans trying to pass themselves off as one of us.
Did you know that many of our most iconic commanders-in-chief were also hopeless romantics? In the presidential archives
In our modern world, it's social courage that gives us the advantage. Unfortunately it is not a skill that is taught deliberately in schools.
Lincoln is a classic that will stand the test of time. It will be a monument to the talents of Spielberg, Kushner, Day-Lewis and Field. Though it won't appeal to all, it will appeal to the ages.
Steven Spielberg's Lincoln takes on the last four months of the 16th president's life -- and it is nothing like you'd expect. This is a political procedural where an ensemble cast carries equal importance to Abraham Lincoln himself.
The actress portraying Mary Todd Lincoln arrived in Chicago by horse-drawn carriage Sunday, accompanied by her attorney, ABC
Did you know that before he was the star of a Daniel Day-Lewis/Steven Spielberg movie, and well before he was a vampire hunter
Former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of Abraham Lincoln, will be "retried" for insanity this fall in Illinois. The audience
The painting was given to the state history society in Springfield, Ill. by Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, Lincoln's great
Kudos to the curators of a splendid new exhibit at El Museo del Barrio. Latin ladies were not forgotten, ignored or discarded as is often the case in historical interpretations.
Clearly, opposites attract. Just consider the marriage between incoming Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama and his wife
"She enjoyed her shopping trips to Manhattan so much that reporters started following her around and into shops. She was
Michelle Obama dazzled in her wintry white Jason Wu gown as she accompanied her husband to ten inaugural balls Tuesday night
As the nation celebrates the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth this week, it is worth remembering another extraordinary milestone in the Lincoln family saga.
Sally Field, who raised the flag on behalf of wartime mothers in her bleeped-out Emmy acceptance speech, could just be warming