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Video Of The Day: The Evidence Of Evolution You Can Find On Your Own Body
This video will show you all the proof you need, right on your own body.
What’s The Happiest Country On Earth?
Plus: the world's overall happiness score on a scale of 0 to 10.
Nathan Bett: Learning to Disappear
NYC-based artist Nate Bett tells us about his experience with street photography, and why he doesn't care if people give him the stink eye.
The Six Most Unforgettable Betrayals in History
Cold War spies, Aztec conquerers and Roman senators — history shows anyone could be a traitor.
Oklahoma Bill Would Make Abortion First Degree Murder
Will this controversial bill make it through the state senate?
The Ken Doll Is Going The Way Of The Barbie: Realistic
See the new Ken doll alternative that's providing a dose of realism.
Audio Of The Day: Hear The Famous Voice That Made The First Phone Call Ever, 130 Years Ago
Thought lost to history, you can now finally listen to this recording of the man behind the telephone.
The Tragic Heroism Of Gisella Perl, “The Angel of Auschwitz”
Forced to work for Dr. Josef Mengele, she risked life and limb to save as many lives as she could.
Photo Of The Day: Why This Woman Conquered Niagara Falls In A Pickle Barrel
The first woman to ever achieve this feat was after far more than just a cheap thrill.
Photo Of The Day: When Plastic Surgery Was Worse Than The Injury
The very first face graft involved tubes of the patient's own skin that connected his face to his chest.
Photo Of The Day: How The Swedish Government Spent $930 Million On One Day
Witness a day of chaos 47 years and $930 million in the making.