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First Native Person to Meet British Who Came Ashore on the Mayflower Spoke English and Asked for a B
The pioneers that we now know as the Pilgrims were anxious, given many tales of vicious tribes, about how they might be welcomed on the shore of the Americas. And yet the first words they heard from a Native's mouth were: 'May I have a beer, pleas...
Sunken World War Two-era warships, weighing tons and acting as graveyards for the perished men who crewed them, are completely disappearing from their final watery resting spots.
First impressions can be lasting ones, so when it comes to catching the eye of a prospective partner this pufferfish pulls out all the stops to create a mating masterpiece.
When a young Japanese girl became a victim of war she didn't respond with anger, but with a peaceful gesture that still inspires hope around the globe.
Thanksgiving traditions have changed over time, but it will always be a social event we owe to the efforts of one neighborly Native.
Loew's Poli Theatre has been diligently waiting for its classic splendor to be on public display again. For now, we offer a dusty look at its past.
Do you think fetal surgery is a right choice?
Mirror version of yourself: Fantasy or reality?
Volcanic eruptions spewing red-hot magma & shifting tectonic plates mean our future maps of Africa will have a lot more blue on them.
Canadian beavers are chewing their way through the forests of South America and leaving an irreparable swath of destruction in their wake.
Scientists have discovered a way to make the piggies that go to market skinnier but will this new, low-fat bacon ever reach your table?
A Nobel Prize winning scientist outsmarts all of the Nazis.
Fun Vegas is all blackjack & booze. Not-so-fun Vegas is what happens after the money dries up and you have to move into the storm tunnels.
We all hate it when bugs crash a good picnic, but here's the thing: insects are vital to our survival, and we are wiping them out.
African nations are planting a continent-crossing Great Green Wall made entirely of vegetation and providing food security for millions.
Thanks to climate change, glaciers are receding at an alarming rate. As the ice continues to disappear, deadly secrets are being unearthed.
It's potentially a historic ancient burial ground shrouded in mystery but surrounded by millions of unexploded cluster bombs. Try and study the region-if you dare.
They're smart & have a sense of smell that rivals that of the family canine. These rats hunt out landmines & disease faster than humans ever could.
Stuntmen of the early 20th century lived hard and played hard. They may have been slightly crazy, but they helped prove anything is possible.
Thanks to a huge volcanic eruption folks in 1816 had a good excuse to complain about the weather. Worldwide famine, floods & disease-all thanks to enough toxic ash in the sky to turn summer into winter.
When it comes to humankind's quest for surgically enhanced physical improvements, there's a lot more to it than just the odd bit of Nip/Tuck.
Ever have a slow day and feel like a piece of your brain is missing? Good news, you might be just fine without that missing piece.
During the Cold War, people began noticing confusing broadcasts on their radios: was it ghosts, or something more sinister?
Would having a pipeline under your town flowing with beer be a dream come true for you? If so, you might want to consider moving to Bruges.
It'll be like that movie Passengers, but less creepy.
Blue, gold, Yanny, white, Laurel, black? How do these memes work?
The ancient Egyptians made breaking up more difficult than ghosting. #TIL
We had no idea a catrastophe was a possibility when an asteroid almost struck the Earth.
In honor of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, here's the real reason for those perfect white wedding dresses.
Slavery lasted centuries for African Americans in the United States. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice was built to recognize this history.