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Shortly after New York City's Penn Station was torn down in 1963, its east side counterpart—Grand Central Terminal—nearly suffered the safe fate. Fortunately, there was a former First Lady who understood the importance of preservation.... READ ON
On April 6, most of us will be filling our lunch bags with egg salad sandwiches and wondering if Cadbury eggs count as a healthy breakfast. The folks who call the White House home, however, will still be celebrating Easter with 35,000 of their closest friends.... READ ON
In 1800, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr—history’s most famous frenemies—teamed up to get Levi Weeks acquitted of murder.... READ ON
About one in every 2 million lobsters is born with a rare genetic defect that turns it blue.