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School Tells Girls They Can’t Say No When Asked To Dance
At first, Natalie Richard thought her daughter just misunderstood, but after speaking with the teachers, she realized the insane rule was very real.
This Week In History News, Feb. 4 – 10
Lost Mayan city uncovered, first Britons' dark skin brought to light, terrifying ancient spider ancestor found.
Holocaust-Denying Congressional Candidate Goes On Insane Tirade [VIDEO]
An admitted Holocaust denier is the presumptive nominee for an Illinois congressional seat.
World’s Worst Police Sketch Actually Leads To Suspect ID [PHOTO]
What has been dubbed the world's worst police sketch actually helped to identify the suspect in a theft case
Mutant Crayfish In Europe Are Cloning Themselves Like Cray Cray
This mutated crawfish is a new species capable of cloning itself by the hundreds
Father And Daughter Arrested For Grossest Thing Imaginable
After an estranged father and daughter reunite, they're arrested for having a baby and planning a wedding together.
DNA Reveals Early Brits Had Dark Skin
The DNA pulled from the fossil suggest that the earliest Europeans look nothing like scientists thought.
Justin Trudeau Interrupts Woman To Ask That She Say ‘Peoplekind’ And Not ‘Mankind’ [VIDEO]
At a public town hall event, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau interrupted a woman when she used the word "mankind" in a question to suggest she use the word "peoplekind" instead.
As If They Weren’t Bad Enough, Scientists Find That Spiders Used To Have Tails
A new fossil reveals that spiders have actually been toned down from the scream-worthy monsters they used to be.
After Winning $559 Million, Lottery Winner Refuses To Claim Prize
Due to state laws, the winner must disclose their identity. However, the most recent winner is holding off on claiming her half a billion dollar prize as she fights for anonymity.
Lost Mayan “Megalopolis” Uncovered In The Jungles Of Guatemala
At its peak, the newly discovered civilization probably held about 10 million people, and was roughly double the size of medieval England.