Silicon Valley CEO Caught Beating Wife Nine Times On Video, Gets 30 Days In Jail
Not even a recorded video or police record seemed to have an impact on the sentence.
Allied Forces Knew About The Holocaust Years Before Official Account, Just-Released Documents Show
Documents unsealed after 70 years reveal Allied forces knew the scope of the Holocaust two years before they took action to free the Jews.
Ma Rainey, The “Mother Of The Blues” Who Still Inspires Music Today
How one small-town, Georgia girl would go on to inspire generations of musicians.
The Untold Story Of Kate Warne, The World’s First Female P.I.
Warne was so good at her job that barely anyone knows her name today.
Catholic College Bans Yoga, Says It May Cause “Spiritual Harm”
No warrior poses for Benedictine College students.
Anti-Trump Demonstrations Reach New Heights—90,000 Feet In The Air
Members of the Autonomous Space Agency Network took anti-Trump sentiment to literally another level.
New Prehistoric Fossil Discovery Turns Established Dinosaur Evolution Theory On Its Head
The teleocrater adds a new wrinkle into the story of how dinosaurs evolved.
U.S.-Led Airstrike Kills 18 Syrian Allies In Third Mistaken Bombing This Month
The latest incident occurred on Tuesday, April 11 in Tabqah, Syria.
Sea Urchin Releases Cloud Of Biting, Poisonous Jaws When Threatened, Scientists Find
"[These urchins] are minute but terrifying," a scientist studying them said.
Rarely Seen Photos Offer Glimpse Into Truman Capote’s Brooklyn
David Attie was a photographic unknown for decades. A dig through his home changed that.
NYPD Officer Who Murdered Eight People For The Mob Dies In Prison
Murderer Stephen Caracappa — also known as the "Mafia Cop" — died in prison Saturday.