The Arkansas School for the Deaf's nickname is the Leopards.
A New Plan to Build a Bigger—and Better—Colossus of Rhodes
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Brass instruments played a crucial part in the history of music around the world.
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Scientists say pigeons can be trained to spot breast cancer on slides and mammogram results.
The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.
Dartmoor's ponies were in danger near the roads, so they've been given safety stripes to warn drivers that they're grazing.
We'd see all of these movies.
The photographers captured biological principles at work through their camera lenses.
Simon Pénochet goes inside Alain Ducasse's Le Chocolat to show how artisanal chocolates are made.
But don't expect to see filet o' GE fish in your supermarket's freezer anytime soon.
Contrary to what Disney would have you believe, they probably didn't say "Arrgh."
Erica Jong, Morrissey, and Lauren Groff are all contenders for the annual Literary Review Bad Sex in Fiction award.
Ashima Shiraishi the only woman in the world, and the youngest person of any gender, to climb a rock wall with a difficulty grade of 9a+ (5.15a).
Most scientists agree that the "obesity paradox" is very real—but that doesn't mean they aren't perplexed by it.