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HISTORY 7h
10 Literary Classics That Have Been Banned.
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HISTORY 12h
The Teapot Dome Scandal of the 1920s.
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HISTORY 15h
On 1875, outlaw Billy the Kid is arrested for the first time.
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HISTORY Sep 22
The Surprising Trump–Truman Connection at the United Nations.
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HISTORY Sep 22
The disastrous backstory behind the invention of LEGO bricks.
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HISTORY Sep 22
Love LEGO? Learn about the history of everyone's favorite little bricks. Don't step on them though!
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HISTORY Sep 22
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HISTORY Sep 22
On 1862, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation.
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HISTORY Sep 21
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HISTORY Sep 21
Why It took two earthquakes for San Francisco to finally build smarter.
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HISTORY Sep 21
It's Day! We hope you have plans to get your dance party on tonight.
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HISTORY Sep 21
On 1780, Benedict Arnold commits treason.
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HISTORY Sep 21
Celebrating 80 years of "The Hobbit".
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HISTORY Sep 20
20 regions, each with their own distinct history and cuisine. It's Italy! Check out our historical culinary tour on Where to Next?
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Knightfall Sep 19
Were the Templars really protecting the Holy Grail?
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HISTORY Sep 20
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HISTORY Sep 20
Agent Orange Wasn’t the Only Deadly Chemical Used In Vietnam.
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Knightfall Sep 17
How religion and greed toppled the Knights Templars
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HISTORY Sep 20
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HISTORY Sep 20
On 1973, Billie Jean King faced off against Bobby Riggs in the "Battle of the Sexes."
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