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“Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli Says Hillary Clinton Has Parkinson’s Disease
Embattled former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli recently advanced a theory that has been gathering steam in certain corners of the Internet: Hillary Clinton is suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
The Atomic Bombing Of Nagaski Almost Didn’t Happen
Discover the seldom-heard story of the Nagasaki bombing -- how it happened and why it came very close to not happening at all.
American Nazi Party Leader Says Trump Presidency Could Be “A Real Opportunity”
While some might look at Donald Trump’s candidacy and despair, the American Nazi Party sees hope. Indeed, according to American Nazi Party chairman Rocky Suhayda, a Donald Trump presidency would be a “real opportunity for people like white nationalists.”
Here’s How People Attempted To Deny Women The Right To Vote
These are a must-see for anyone who thinks that a woman running for president isn't a big deal.
NY “Blue Lives Matter” Bill Would Make Assaulting Cops A Hate Crime
Assaulting a police officer could be considered a hate crime if Staten Island Assemblyman Ron Castorina gets his way.
F.B.I. Arrests First U.S. Cop Charged With Aiding ISIS
Authorities arrested a Washington, D.C. transit cop Wednesday for “providing material support to ISIS,” CNN reported, based on information from two unnamed law enforcement officials.
New Texas Law Allows Students To Carry Guns In College Classrooms
A new “campus carry” law allows certain college students in Texas to bring guns into classrooms.
The Satanic Temple Seeks To Take Its After School Satan Clubs Nationwide
The Satanic Temple hopes to fight back against children's evangelical groups.
Inside Soul City, The Short-Lived Black Utopian Society
When Richard Nixon helped fund a black-managed city in the rural South.
The True Story Of Belle Boyd, Confederate Spy
Boyd's exploits became so infamous that people began to impersonate her.
Bold New Treatments For Mental Illness, From A Very Old Source
The tiny town has used one simply method to treat the mentally ill for centuries — and there's a lot to learn from it.