Above the Supreme Court is a basketball court—"The Highest Court in the Land."
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Football is almost a religion at Penn State, and the faithful have been shaken by the Sandusky scandal.
November 15, 1996, was a big day for movies — both Space Jam and The English Patient were released. Sadly, only one of those movies' official websites is still up and running.
Disney's 1992 box office dud, Newsies, has gained quite a cult following in the ensuing years.
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We know the good ones: Washington coaxing his tattered troops through the winter at Valley Forge, Andrew Jackson bidding the Redcoats adieu in New Orleans, Ike masterminding the invasion of Normandy.
Apparently the U.S. is lagging way behind Europe when it comes to witty shopping bag design.
When Kathryn Lucas of Colorado found her stolen bike for sale on Craigslist, she took action.
The paintings of Monet, DaVinci, Van Gogh and Picasso are so familiar, they can be recognized in seconds. But what would these works look like if they were created today?
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The durable Mike Malloy. He survived six murder attempts, placing him above Rasputin in the "hard to kill" category.
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Retiring a player’s jersey number is most often reserved for all-time greats. Other times, it’s a tribute to a player whose career is cut short by illness or death.
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