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Even with facts on their side, science advocates can lose more than just an argument.
The newly found wreck had carried 10,000 gold coins and massive gold jewelry — a treasure estimated to be worth more than $150 million today.
The Hanneke Wrome was one of two ships that left Luebeck, Germany, for Tallinn, Estonia, on Nov. 11, 1468 loaded with gold coins and jewelry. Continue reading →
Since 1949, both Taiwan's government and Mainland China's government, have claimed validity as the legitimate, and only, "China." What's going on?
The children Allied soldiers fathered, then left behind, in World War II have their own tragedies to cope with. Continue reading →
Cinco de Mayo marks Mexico's freedom from France -- but it's celebrated more in the U.S. than in Mexico!
The new Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is unlikely to ever become queen. But second royal children have made their marks in history.
Boxing as a sport may be in decline, but you wouldn't know it with all the attention around Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.
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