Durian Is One Of Southeast Asia’s Most Coveted Fruits — And It’s Said To Smell Like Gym Socks
About the size of a football and covered in a layer of hard spikes, the durian fruit is known for its intense taste and smell — which some love and others hate.
The Wild Story Of John Harvey Kellogg, The Eccentric Wellness Guru Who Invented Corn Flakes
Dr. John Harvey Kellogg used a host of bizarre methods to prevent masturbation and cleanse his patients’ colons at the Battle Creek Sanitarium in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The Story Of Cyntoia Brown, The Teenage Sex Trafficking Victim Jailed For Killing The Man Who Bought Her
Forced into sex work as a teenager, Cyntoia Brown was convicted of killing Johnny Michael Allen in 2004 and sentenced to life in prison. But in 2019, she was suddenly released.
Discovery In Mexico Indicates The First Americans Arrived 20,000 Years Before We Thought
Researchers dated a set of animal bones found in Coxcatlán Cave to around 30,000 years ago — completely upending previous estimates of when humans first arrived in the Americas.
Astronomers Just Created The Most Detailed 3D-Map Of Our Galaxy Yet
The map was generated using data collected by the Gaia telescope, located 930,000 miles from Earth.
Divers Capture Remarkable Photos Of German U-Boat That Sunk 75 Years Ago
The German u-boat was found in 180 feet deep in the Atlantic just nine nautical miles off the coast of Cornwall, England.
Earth’s Animals Will Shrink By 25% This Century Due To Humans’ Destruction Of The Planet
As humans take up more land for themselves, small animals are expected to survive while larger ones are at greater risk of extinction.
Pemulwuy: The ‘Troublesome Savage’ Who Led The Aborigines Against Australia’s Colonizers
Pemulwuy so successfully evaded death at the hands of the colonizers he resisted that his people came to believe he was actually impervious to lead.
Inside The Baffling, Unsolved Case Of The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist, the largest private property theft in world history, may remain unsolved as its last living suspect has died.
Alice Roosevelt Longworth: The Original White House Wild Child
Alice Roosevelt Longworth was just as strong-willed and outspoken as her father Theodore Roosevelt, who admitted even he could not control her.
Stonehenge Design May Have Been Brought Over By Prehistoric Sailors From Northwestern France
There are actually thousands of sites like Stonehenge across Europe. And one of them may have just unlocked the mysteries of the iconic megalith's origins.