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Oklahoma Wants To Make It Legal To Shoot Down Drones
The Oklahoma Senate thinks property owners should be able to shoot down any trespassing drones.
Archaeologists Find Remains Of America’s First Colonists Underneath Florida Wine Shop
These colonists likely died decades before the settlements at Jamestown and Plymouth Rock were even established.
Ohio Town Starts Charging Heroin Overdose Survivors With A Misdemeanor
A town in southwest Ohio has a new idea to get rid of its heroin epidemic: charging the drug users who overdose with a crime.
When Jewish Scholars Sought Refuge In Black Universities
After escaping persecution in Europe, these Jewish scholars found hatred in its American form — and a deep bond with historically black colleges and universities.
Mexican Congressman Climbs And Sits Atop Border Wall To Prove How Useless It Is
One Mexican congressman has taken a stand against his country's border wall with the U.S. by climbing it.
The Black Panther Party Around the World
While short-lived, the Black Panther Party succeeded in inspiring marginalized people around the world to join the struggle against oppression.
Inside The Internet Troll Armies Governments Create To Shape Public Opinion
Using a tactic called astroturfing, China, Russia, and the United States all employ "troll" commentators to sway online conversations.
This Holocaust’s Survivor’s New Roommate Is The Granddaughter Of Nazis
"How big your heart must be to do that... to open the door for someone who would remind him of all his pain.”
Penguins Used In Harmless NHL Pre-Game Act, PETA Outraged
The NHL thought it would be cute for actual penguins to make an appearance on the ice rink. PETA disagreed.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions “Lied Under Oath” About Meeting With Russians, Dems Allege
Despite testifying that he did not meet with officials from the Russian government during Trump's campaign, it turns out the attorney general did.
Trump’s Feud With Native Americans Didn’t Begin At Standing Rock
Authorizing the Dakota Access Pipeline project doesn't exactly mark the first time that Donald Trump has come to blows with Native Americans.