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4 Female Civil Rights Leaders You Didn’t Learn About in School
Many African-American women championed the Civil Rights Movement in America, but they didn't get the recognition that Rosa Parks did.
Selfie Trend Put Into Perspective: The Total Number Of Selfie-Related Deaths Since 2014
We take 93 million selfies per day. Some of us are more reckless than others.
Five Astounding Survival Stories That Prove That Death Is Only An Option
Explosions, frostbite, cutting off nine of your own toes with a pocket knife -- and that's just number five
The Six Dates That You Should Know For Black History Month
Learn how the month got started, and some of its most important anniversaries.
22 Photos Of The Montreal Metro That Prove Subways Can Be Beautiful
Proof that public transportation doesn't have to be hideous.
Making A Murderer: Six Theories On What Really Happened To Teresa Halbach
Will one of these theories prove Steven Avery's innocence?
The Horrifying Effects Of Lead On The Human Body
Residents have been exposed to toxic levels that will ail them for the rest of their lives.
The Surprising History Of Death In America
Coffins are slowly being replaced with human diamonds, home burials and forensics classes.
Einstein, Chopin, The Dalai Lama And More: Seven Refugees Who Changed The World
Did you know Albert Einstein, Frederic Chopin, and the Dalai Lama were all refugees?
Police Officer Informs Drivers How To Run Over Black Lives Matter Marchers And Get Away With It
The police officer is currently on administrative leave.
New Study Reveals That The Richest 1 Percent Are To Blame For Your Unhappiness
A new study shows that the more wealth that goes to the top richest people, the more miserable and angry everyone else becomes.