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The Shocking Story Of Eddie Nash, The Palestinian Immigrant Who Became A Cocaine Kingpin

The Shocking Story Of Eddie Nash, The Palestinian Immigrant Who Became A Cocaine Kingpin

In the 1950s, Eddie Nash emigrated from Palestine to America with only $7 to his name. By the 1970s, he was worth over $30 million in real estate — and drugs.
Archaeologists Unearth Roman Soldier’s 1,800-Year-Old Face Mask In Ancient City Of Hadrianopolis

Archaeologists Unearth Roman Soldier’s 1,800-Year-Old Face Mask In Ancient City Of Hadrianopolis

The iron face mask was found among remnants of a fortified structure dated to Ancient Rome's imperial period. It firmly suggested Hadrianopolis was an important, distant military outpost.
How Michael Dowd Became The Most Crooked Cop In The NYPD

How Michael Dowd Became The Most Crooked Cop In The NYPD

Michael Dowd joined the NYPD in 1982 and was assigned to the 75th Precinct in Brooklyn. There, he began working with drug dealers, robbing their rivals, and selling cocaine.
The True Story Of Captain Lewis Nixon And The ‘Band Of Brothers’ He Served With During World War II

The True Story Of Captain Lewis Nixon And The ‘Band Of Brothers’ He Served With During World War II

Captain Lewis Nixon III fought with the 101st Airborne Division's Easy Company alongside Major Dick Winters in historic clashes like D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge.
This Florida Teen And Her Mom Face 16 Years In Prison For Allegedly Rigging Homecoming Queen Contest

This Florida Teen And Her Mom Face 16 Years In Prison For Allegedly Rigging Homecoming Queen Contest

Despite the school noting the election's suspicious results regarding hundreds of invalid votes, they forged ahead with the ceremony, anyway — in honor of tradition.
The Devastating History Of Diseases That The Pilgrims Brought To America

The Devastating History Of Diseases That The Pilgrims Brought To America

After the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts, the local Indigenous population fell from 30,000 to just 300 — within a decade.
A Hawaiian Hiker Found A Stream Reeking Of Beer — It Turns Out The Water Has An Alcohol Content Of 1.2 Percent

A Hawaiian Hiker Found A Stream Reeking Of Beer — It Turns Out The Water Has An Alcohol Content Of 1.2 Percent

After a local hiker discovered a stream in Waipio, Hawaii, that reeked of beer, local activists noticed that a nearby drain pipe was leaking alcohol — from a beer distributor across the street.
9 Of The Most Powerful Native American Warriors From History

9 Of The Most Powerful Native American Warriors From History

From famous chiefs like Sitting Bull to fearless leaders like Geronimo, discover the real stories behind the most fabled Native American warriors.
Artist Recreates Ötzi The Iceman’s 5,300-Year-Old Tattoos On Her Body — Using Her Own Blood

Artist Recreates Ötzi The Iceman’s 5,300-Year-Old Tattoos On Her Body — Using Her Own Blood

Nicole Wilson was still in school when she learned about the Ice Age mummy. Stunned by the mysterious ink on his body, the now-adult artist took drastic measures to explore our history.
Scaleless, Slimy, And Extremely Rare: Introducing The Deep-Sea Oarfish

Scaleless, Slimy, And Extremely Rare: Introducing The Deep-Sea Oarfish

Giant oarfish can grow to lengths of over 50 feet, but these sea-serpent-like creatures have only been seen alive a handful of times.
Israeli Archaeologists Just Unearthed A 2,100-Year-Old Fortress That Provides ‘Tangible Evidence’ Of The Hanukkah Story

Israeli Archaeologists Just Unearthed A 2,100-Year-Old Fortress That Provides ‘Tangible Evidence’ Of The Hanukkah Story

The Hellenistic fortress was destroyed by a Jewish Hasmonean army in their war to retake the region from the Seleucid Empire, which had outlawed Judaism.