New York City Decides To Keep The ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue For Another Year
“In her short time here, the Fearless Girl has fueled powerful conversations about women in leadership and inspired so many,” said Mayor de Blasio.
Anti-Transgender Bathroom Law Costing North Carolina Billions
Some of America's biggest companies simply won't do business in the state while the bathroom law stands.
“Mass-Produced” Blood Now Possible, Thanks To Innovative New Research
English researchers have discovered a way to keep growing stem cells indefinitely, allowing them to mass-produce blood.
Spinach Leaves Could Replace Human Heart Tissue, New Research Shows
A team of researchers has transformed a spinach leaf into a human heart.
Legendary Film Director Acted As Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Ghostwriter
The director behind what's widely regarded as the greatest film ever made helped Roosevelt with speechwriting and campaigning.
Why Congress Can, But Won’t, Force Trump To Release His Tax Returns
Although three congressional committees can make Donald Trump release his tax returns, they won’t. Here's why.
Wild Monkeys Help A Tourist Lost In The Amazon Survive His Ordeal
Nobody is quite sure why the man suddenly took off into the rainforest alone, without a trace, in the first place.
Teen Sues High School After “Humiliating” Experience Of Sharing Bathroom With Trans Student
A Pennsylvania teen has sued his high school for the "humiliating" experience of sharing space with a trans student.
Florida Man Burns Books, Sparks Massive Wildfire That Destroys Two Homes
A book burning has caused severe damage in east Florida.
JFK’s Candid Thoughts On Hitler, Russia, The UN Revealed In Up-For-Sale Diary
JFK's diary houses some surprising views on world affairs.
This Week In History, Mar. 19 – 25
The true story of Pocahontas, tourists headed to the Titanic, Jesus' tomb reopens, Cold War nuclear footage declassified, Lindbergh baby case detective unmasked.