AUTHOR: Brynn Holland
1,000-Year-Old Stump of Wood May Hold the Key to Viking Fortress Secrets
August 18, 2017

It’s the first of its kind to be discovered in more than half a century. Read More

How Citrus Fruits Became an Ancient Status Symbol
July 31, 2017

Lemons were a sign of privilege and wealth in ancient Rome. Read More

America’s Creepiest Motel Can Be Yours. It Comes With Clowns
July 25, 2017

America’s “scariest motel” can be yours for $900,000. Read More

What the Bank of England Got Wrong about Jane Austen
July 19, 2017

The new £10 bank note is based on a portrait that was made of Austen after she died. Read More

New Study Finds the T. Rex Was Easy to Outrun
July 19, 2017

It apparently couldn’t move faster than 12 miles per hour. Read More

Long-Lost Sword Owned by Leader of Black Civil War Unit Found
July 17, 2017

More than 150 years ago, a dead Union officer’s sword was claimed by Confederate troops after a bloody battle near Charleston. Read More

Snapshots of Amelia Earhart’s Legendary Life
July 10, 2017

American aviator Amelia Earhart not only set flying records, but also championed the advancement of women in aviation. Read More

Meet the Night Witches, the Daring Female Pilots Who Bombed Nazis By Night
July 7, 2017

They were a crucial Soviet asset to winning World War II. Read More

10 Years of iPhone Photos Deposing Leaders and Inciting Protests
June 28, 2017

The iPhone has been making waves since it was first launched 10 years ago. Read More

The Tragic Love Stories Behind Two Landmark Supreme Court Cases
June 26, 2017

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