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The Not-Quite Antihero of Mad Men

The Not-Quite Antihero of Mad Men

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6 Facts About Preservatives

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6 Facts About Preservatives

WWI Centennial

St. Mihiel Offensive

WWI Centennial

St. Mihiel Offensive

Bad Decision Dogs

Bad Decision Dogs

The Toad Detour

The Toad Detour

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Revisiting the First 'Trial of the Century,' 215 Years Later

Jennifer M Wood

In 1800, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr—history’s most famous frenemies—teamed up to get Levi Weeks acquitted of murder.

Medieval Medicine Could Help Fight Superbug MRSA

Hannah Keyser

A 1000-year-old recipe translated from Old English proves effective at killing MRSA.

Egypt’s First Great Female Pharaoh

Mark Mancini

The Missing Links: They're Back

Colin Patrick

Raise a Glass to Pure Water

12 'X-Files' Terms and the Truth Behind Them

Angela Tung

Good news, X-philes!

Marie Connolly Owens, America's First Female Police Officer

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The World Is Now A 'Pac-Man' Level On Google Maps

Alvin Ward

12 Unaired Pilots of Popular TV Shows

Rudie Obias

The first episode audiences see of a TV series isn't necessarily its pilot episode.

Name the States Without the Letter 'I'

Now You Can Own Harry Potter's 'Monster Book of Monsters'

Erin McCarthy

6 Facts About Preservatives

13 Things You Might Not Know About 'High Fidelity'

Michael Arbeiter

Could General Mills Have Trademarked Circular Cereal?

Sonia Weiser

Video Premiere: Richard Feynman on Understanding

Chris Higgins

"My father, you see, interested me in patterns at the very beginning, and then later in things, like we would turn over stones and watch the ants carry the little white babies down deeper into th

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