This Week In History News, August 13 – 19
New D.B. Cooper findings, Trump's father's KKK connection, 13-million-year-old skull discovery, Jack the Ripper postcard auction, and "the most bizarre dinosaur ever found."
Kim Bong-un: North Korea Reportedly Manufacturing Tons Of Meth
After the UN imposed new coal sanctions on North Korea, the country has turned to illegal drugs production for an economic boost.
Street Painters In Michigan Make It Clear This Not Their Problem
"Winners of the Not My Job Award," one commenter declared.
Gorgeous 100-Million-Year Old Flowers Discovered Perfectly Preserved In Amber
Thanks to the amber, researchers say the flowers look like they were "just picked from the garden."
Drunk Russian Tries To Feed Captive Bear, Gets Arm Bitten Off [Video]
Andrey Sakharovsky ignored the warnings, climbed into the bear enclosure to feed them from a can of milk, and then had his arm severed close to the shoulder.
Loser Klansman Calls Journalist A N*****, But She’s Having None Of It [VIDEO]
She later said she was frightened for her safety during the interaction, but you wouldn't be able to tell from the way she fired back.
20 Statues Honoring Confederates With Dishonorable Stories
Meet the men memorialized by the Confederate monuments.
Man Who Led Anti-Poaching Efforts Shot And Killed In Tanzania
"Wayne was a hero of mine, a hero to many," Jane Goodall wrote.
Mother Caught Molesting Two Young Children And Selling Videos Of It On Snapchat
A friend found the videos in her email, which he was able to access via her Pokemon Go account.
Maine’s Governor Just Compared Removing Confederate Statues To Taking Down 9/11 Memorial
Yup. He did that.
Female Teacher, 28, Who Raped Male Student, 15, Ordered To Pay $1 Million To Family
"A teacher abused her position of trust and authority to sexually violate a young man who will face the emotional effects... for the rest of his life," said the judge.