NPR has called Robert Redford’s new film “a dramatized lecture on civil liberties.” The Conspirator centers on the case of Mary Surratt, who ran the Washington D.C. boarding house where John Wilkes Booth stayed. Surratt was tried and convicted for her role in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and was the first woman executed by the U.S. federal government.
A toxicologist explains the impacts of antidepressants on fish — and no, they’re not getting any happier.
Ancient humans crossed the Bering Strait land bridge from Asia into North America. But some of them went back.
Some experiences even continue to pay dividends time and time again.
To answer that question, we may have to figure out when the famed painter started to go bald.
X marks the spot. The Dutch town of Ommeren has been swamped by detectorists armed with shovels looking for $20-million treasure.