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Nov 24, 2015 01:57 PM ET // Benjamin Radford
Two presidential candidates have claimed they saw American Muslims cheering after the 9/11 attacks. They did not, but there are psychological reasons they may have thought they did.
Nov 24, 2015 12:53 PM ET // Rossella Lorenzi
King Arthur's grave, allegedly found by monks in 1181, is nothing but a pit filled with rubble.
Nov 24, 2015 09:38 AM ET // Talal Al-Khatib
The idea of a feast of thanks certainly wasn't invented by the settlers at Plymouth.
Nov 24, 2015 09:30 AM ET
When something like a terrorist attack or a natural disaster occurs, emotions and information run at high speed -- how do fear, chaos and a thirst for accurate data play out on social media?
Nov 24, 2015 08:32 AM ET // Owen Jarus, LiveScience
The ring, found in England by an amateur using a metal detector, dates back around 1,700 years -- a time when the Roman Empire was in power.
Nov 23, 2015 02:55 PM ET // Rossella Lorenzi
How did craftspeople make ultra-fine, almost translucent parchment used in Medieval bibles? It was all about technique, research shows.
Nov 23, 2015 09:30 AM ET // Talal Al-Khatib
How has America's relationship with socialism evolved? And how did socialism acquire such a negative connotation in American politics?
Nov 23, 2015 08:36 AM ET
Most people probably think of the nuclear bombs exploded over Hiroshima and Nagasaki as the most powerful blasts mankind has unleashed. But those explosions are mere whispers compared to modern bombs.
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