Independent Female Leaders Who Made History Without A Husband
From Ancient Egypt through the present day, these women overcame the odds and changed the course of history.
Japan To Create “Ninja Ambassadors,” Academy, And Museum By 2018
The ninja museum and academy has taken upon itself to certify ninja products.
Scientists Make Plan To Save The Arctic By “Refreezing” It
This may be the wildest plan scientists have come up with to keep sea ice from melting.
Jury Convicts Killer Of First Missing Child On Milk Carton Four Decades Later
Etan Patz left his Manhattan home one day in 1979 and never returned. Four decades later, his family has finally found justice.
Trump Admin Embraces Private Prison Industry, Reverses Obama-Era Directive
Concerned that federal prisons cannot meet the needs of the Department of Justice, the Trump administration has resumed use of private prisons.
5 HIV Patients No Longer Have The Virus After Taking New Treatment
A Spanish medical institute says they may have found a cure to HIV.
“It’s Better To Be An Atheist” Than A Hypocritical Christian, Pope Francis Says
Pope Francis thinks hypocritical Catholics should wake up and smell the lack of roses.
This Week In History, Feb. 19 – 25
Donner Party rescue, the first New Yorker issue, the Iwo Jima flag raising, Malcolm X's assassination, and a Cold War nuclear test.
First-Ever Zero-Emissions Train Releases Only Water
Germany's new hydrogen-powered, zero-emissions passenger train will be up and running by December 2017.
McDonald’s Opens Up Restaurant Over Ancient Roman Road
The road was built some 2,000 years before McDonald's workers uncovered it during construction.
Dying Stars, Physics, And The Reason Barns Are Painted Red
Turns out that the stars above have a lot to do with the iconic red barns that dot the U.S.