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Martin H. Fischer was an American doctor and writer known for his pithy comments on the practice of medicine. Continue reading →
The UN condemned as a war crime the Islamic State group's bulldozing of the ancient city of Nimrud.
A Finnish/German scientific team has analyzed some of the oldest preserved beer samples from an 1840s shipwreck to try to provide insight into how they were made.
See photos of items recovered at the burial mound of a Celtic Prince.
An Iron Age Celtic prince was discovered buried with his chariot at the center of a huge mound in the Champagne region of France. Continue reading →
The recent budget debate over funding for homeland security got us wondering about the role the agency plays in the life of the United States.
It's been 1,000 years since Iceland was a pagan country, since Odin, Thor and the gods of Norse mythology claimed the country for their own. After Iceland adopted Christianity as its national religion in 1000 AD, it never looked back. Until now.
The recovered wreck was one of the world's largest and most technologically advanced battleships deployed during its time. Continue reading →
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