The United States has had in place a number of policies whose goal is to help struggling Native Americans. Have those initiatives worked? Trace explains.
The salute probably developed as an alternative to raising a hat. Continue reading →
An 'Elixir of Long Life' is found among 19th-century liquor bottles in New York, and archaeologists mix up a batch. Continue reading →
As we look to honor fathers this weekend, it's time to check in on some Dad Science. Turns out dads are staying home in greater numbers than ever.
The new film "Heaven is for Real" relates a young boy's visit to heaven, though recent brain imaging research suggests a different explanation. Continue reading →
As the alleged shooter's trial approaches, it appears that the media got it wrong. Continue reading →
Famous last wishes -- including those of William Shakespeare and the privateer Sir Francis Drake -- are published online for the first time. Continue reading →
The Bloody Mary ritual and urban legend has been around for decades, but what's behind it? Continue reading →
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