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With almost every shovel of sand shifted in Egypt, another artifact comes to light.
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These five great books should prompt us to work on what needs fixing the most in the world: ourselves.
Guess which country has 269% inflation.
Of the world's 300 honey varieties, none is stranger and more dangerous than mad honey.
Instead of giving the 239 suffering families and the public a true story, Netflix exploited a horrifying tragedy to push conspiracy theories.
Religion fosters traits that are helpful in a school system that relies on authority figures and rewards people who follow the rules.
The questions about which massive structures to build, and where, are actually very hard to answer. Infrastructure is always about the future: It takes years to construct, and lasts for years beyond that.
The Swedish Academy honored the writer for his uncompromising inquiry into the lasting consequences of Africa’s colonization.
Everybody wins, everybody loses, or something in between.
From anti-gravity pens to cool model kits, these space-themed gifts will make any star gazer very happy.
The current focus on the Chinese and Jews is nothing new.
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Prevention is always better than waiting .
Why one expert believes it is knocking on death's door.
A comprehensive interdisciplinary paper removes any doubt that orcas don't belong in marine parks and zoos.
Maybe the only chance they have to tell their story before they're gone.
The distance between the American dream and reality is expressed best through literature.
Was Jesus a real historical figure? Here's what we know.
Sometimes less is more.