Scientists Assert Decorated Viking Warrior Skeleton Long-Thought To Be Male Actually Female
How The Hays Code Censored Hollywood But Led To The Golden Age Of Film
The Double Life Of Soccermom And Serial Killer Nurse, Kristen Gilbert
Police Use DNA From Discarded Hotdog Napkin To Find A 1993 Murderer
Earthquake Data Helps Scientists Discover Mountains Perhaps Bigger Than Everest Deep Inside Earth
In The Wake Of Nuclear Disaster, Animals Are Thriving Around Chernobyl
Virgil Earp: The Peacekeeping Lawman Of Tombstone, Arizona
Though he was the appointed lawman at the time of the shootout at the O.K. Corral, Virgil Earp remained obscure compared to his younger brother Wyatt.
King Henry VI Had Courtiers Help Him And Queen Margaret Have Sex And Procreate, Study Claims
King Henry VI and Queen Margaret of Anjou famously failed to produce an heir for eight years. New records indicate the pair may have brought some experts into the bedroom to help.
Israeli Scientists Claim ‘Complete Cure For Cancer’ One Year Away
The Israeli company Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies claim to be working on a cure for cancer that uses phage display technology — which won scientists the Nobel Prize last year.
Trophy Hunter Mike Jines Receives Death Threats, Adamant He Killed Elephants In Self-Defense
The 60-year-old businessman is adamant he and his friend killed the two elephants in self-defense after they unexpectedly charged at the two men.
Fragging: When Soldiers In Vietnam Revolted Against Their Officers By Murdering Them With Grenades
In the jungles of Vietnam where order and discipline hung by a thread, some officers faced a danger greater than the Viet Cong: their own men.