Medieval Sword Pulled Out of Polish Bog is Remarkably Preserved
A construction worker recently stumbled across an incredibly well-preserved 600-year-old sword in a Polish swamp.
Orthodox Jewish Men Cause Flight Delays Refusing to be Seated by Women, Judge Rules It’s Sexism
Some Orthodox Jews think even accidental contact with the other sex is immoral. But an Israeli judge ruled they still have to sit on planes.
This playful young hippo won't stop annoying a crocodile — at least until a herd of elephants chases the hippo away.
Rise In Poaching Is Wiping Out Giraffes
Wildlife poaching in Kenya is threatening to fully eradicate some species of giraffes
Bill Cosby Starts “How To Avoid Sexual Assault Accusations” Tour
Following a mistrial on sexual assault charges, Bill Cosby plans to give a five-city tour to help men avoid being accused of sexual assault.
This Week In History, June 18 – 24
A new Smithsonian documentary brings the truth about the U.S.' favorite indigenous American princess to light.
One Bite From This Common Tick Makes You Allergic To Red Meat For Life
The Lone Star Tick's bite can make victims allergic to meat for life. And it's spreading across the United States.
Amelia Earhart Searchers Hopeful As Bone-Sniffing Dogs Deployed On Pacific Island
The remains of the famed pilot may finally see the light of the day thanks to a new expedition to the island where she may have crash landed.
Researchers Uncover Enormous Dead Galaxy Born Just After The Big Bang
This bizarre new discovery is upending everything we thought we knew about galaxies' life cycles and the origins of the universe.
Koalas Face Extinction In Parts Of Australia, New WWF Research Says
The effects of urbanization have made life hard for koalas, a new World Wildlife Fund video says.
French Fitness Model Killed By Exploding Whipped Cream Can
Rebecca Burger, a well-known Instagram model, was killed this week after a whipped cream can exploded and struck her in the chest.