Victoria Woodhull: The First American Woman To Run For President — 150 Years Ago
Scientists Just Discovered An Extinct Pygmy Woolly Mammoth On An Siberian Island
This Alligator Lost His Tail To Animal Traffickers — Then Scientists 3D-Printed Him A New One
India’s Government Dressed Men Up Like Monkeys To Scare Away The Primates Overrunning The Capital
2,500-Year-Old Beer Cups Uncovered At The Cradle Of Human Civilization
The Sad Story Of Schlitzie, The Sideshow “Pinhead” Made Famous By The Movie ‘Freaks’
Man Who Tied Up And Sexually Assaulted 14-Year-Old Girl Will Receive No Prison Time, Judge Rules
Logan Osborn was originally sentenced to 10 years in prison with eight years suspended, but now will face no active prison time.
Orca Mom’s ‘Tour Of Grief’ Is Over After Carrying Dead Calf Around For 17 Days
Tahlequah carried her dead calf for more than 1,000 miles before finally stopping on Aug. 11 and then rebounding to a surprising extent.
How Frances Perkins, The First Woman Cabinet Member In U.S. History, Invented Modern Working Conditions
Although Frances Perkins was the first woman cabinet member in U.S. history and the principal architect of the New Deal, her story remains widely overlooked to this day.
Why The Spanish Galgo Dog Is Left To Die By The Hundreds Of Thousands
It's nearly impossible to estimate how many galgo dogs are killed in Spain annually, although experts say it's as many as 100,000.
La Pascualita Is So Lifelike That People Have Been Debating ‘Mannequin Or Mummy’ For 90 Years
Local legend holds that La Pascualita is the preserved corpse of the original shop owner's daughter, who died tragically on her wedding day.