Smithsonian.com Daily, 29 Jan 2019

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The Computer Programmer Who Ran a Global Drug Trafficking Empire image
The Computer Programmer Who Ran a Global Drug Trafficking Empire
Aretha Franklin’s Decades-Old Documentary Finally Comes to Theaters in 2019 image
Aretha Franklin’s Decades-Old Documentary Finally Comes to Theaters in 2019
Study Finds Art Museums Are Slowly Becoming More Diverse, but Progress Is ‘Uneven’ image
Study Finds Art Museums Are Slowly Becoming More Diverse, but Progress Is ‘Uneven’
Smithsonian Staffers Scramble to Make Up Time Lost During Government Shutdown image
Smithsonian Staffers Scramble to Make Up Time Lost During Government Shutdown
Chickens Might Lay Your Future Prescriptions image
Chickens Might Lay Your Future Prescriptions
Revealed: Leonardo da Vinci's Reddish-Brown Thumbprint image
Revealed: Leonardo da Vinci’s Reddish-Brown Thumbprint
Measles Outbreak Sparks Public Health Emergency in Washington State image
Measles Outbreak Sparks Public Health Emergency in Washington State
Remembering the Forgotten Female Artists of Vienna image
Remembering the Forgotten Female Artists of Vienna
These Are the Best Practices for Underwater Photographers Hoping to Protect Marine Life image
These Are the Best Practices for Underwater Photographers Hoping to Protect Marine Life
Today in History
On this day in 1963, Robert Frost died. More than 50 years after his death, Frost remains one of the most critically esteemed and popularly embraced poets of all time.

Listen to Robert Frost read from a selection of his favorite poems.

PHOTO OF THE DAY
A fallen tree on top of Cerro Grande serves as a testament to the harsh conditions of the peak. This tree was torched in the Cerro Grande fire that started at this exact spot in 2000, and it has since been destroyed by a summer lightning storm. This is the far backcountry of Bandelier National Monument, just on the borders of the Valles Caldera and Santa Fe National Forest. The background is the South Rim of the Valles Caldera.
“Shattered” Photo by Andrew Gordon
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