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One of these things is not like the other: Curling ice vs. hockey ice.
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Rosa Parks' arrest sparked a citywide boycott against Montgomery buses – which brought them to the brink of bankruptcy. "America in Color - The 1950s"
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Analysis of bronze and sheet metal sculptures reveals how, when and where these Picasso works were cast.
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Who was David Fairchild?
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The lost copy of the Declaration was hidden behind the wallpaper during the height of the Civil War out of fear that it might fall into the hands of Union soldiers.
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Cute, cuddly…cannibals? Researchers study why the endangered European common hamster is turning on its own offspring.
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Researchers genetically manipulated bacteria to produce the iridescent colors seen in peacock feathers, butterfly wings.
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Billy Graham was among the most influential religious leaders in U.S. history, says Peter Manseau.
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Lost languages discovered in one of the world's oldest continuously run libraries.
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The world celebrates International Mother Language day. Why don't we? .
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"The Devil Owns the Carnival in Bolivia"
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German photographer Markus Brunetti has taken a unique, digital approach to photographing historic monuments.
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The denim-clad artist who painted American Gothic wasn’t the hayseed he’d have you believe.
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Do trees talk? A controversial German forester says yes, and his ideas are shaking up the scientific world.
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After multiple delays, SpaceX is set to launch a Falcon 9 rocket tomorrow at 9:17 AM ET, carrying an advanced radar satellite and two test internet satellites up into space.
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Billy Graham wasn’t the first popular evangelist in America, but he distinguished himself with a unique ambition and a prescient embrace of technology.
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This new building in Tokyo is not expected to be completed until 2041, but it will likely become the world’s tallest wooden structure.
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Does the linguistic theory at the center of the film "Arrival" have any merit?
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Where does a growing city-state look when faced with an expanding population? Underground.
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The next time you devour a slice of avocado toast, munch on some kale or serve yourself some quinoa, you may want to say thank you to David Fairchild.
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