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The photography notebook of a British explorer on Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated expedition to Antarctica has been found.
An all-female army from Syria is fighting the Islamic State -- and succeeding! It's killed more than 100 ISIS members and continues to be one of the few volunteer militias on the frontlines of the conflict. Who are these brave women?
Scholar says he's figured out a portion of the code on the ancient 'Phaistos disk.'
Fighting broke out recently at a soccer match between Serbia and Albania, after the game was interrupted by the appearance of an Albanian flag on the field. What's behind the long-running animosity that the two nations harbor for each other?
White House security tightens after a breach. Let's take a look at some notable security moments in the history of the president's home office.
The research unexpectedly revealed that ancient Europeans started dairying thousands of years before they evolved genes to make the most of it.
With GamerGate all over the web, and 20 U.S. states with cyberbullying legislation on their books, is it getting tougher to be an Internet troll? And is it a slippery slope to try to legislate online speech? Trace tackles these thorny issues.
The head is the face of a beautiful woman, smiling slightly. But why was the head of the sphinx found inside the tomb's chamber? Continue reading →
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