San Francisco School Board Votes To Remove Mural Depicting George Washington’s Life
"What images do they see? Dead Indians to the left and African Americans to the right in bondage."
The Forgotten Story Of Wojciech Frykowski, Who Was Stabbed To Death By The Manson Gang
Wojciech Frykowski was an aspiring writer from Poland who tried to make it in Hollywood with the help of his friend, Roman Polanski. But his connections would prove deadly.
Despite Public Outcry And Low Demand, Japan Resumes Whale Hunting After 31-Year Ban
Whaling has been a Japanese tradition for centuries and was particularly important post-World War II to feed the country's poor. Now, the government wants to revive the whaling industry despite growing disinterest in whale meat among Japanese.
Alabama Charges Woman With Manslaughter After Her Unborn Died When She Was Shot In The Stomach
"The investigation showed that the only true victim in this was the unborn baby. It was the mother of the child who initiated and continued the fight which resulted in the death of her own unborn baby."
Drought Reveals Stunning Ancient Palace In Dried-Up Water Reservoir In Iraq
Kemune Palace was part of the mysterious Mittani Empire that ruled Syria and northern Mesopotamia thousands of years ago.
See The Surprise Eruption Of Russia’s Raikoke Volcano From Space
It was silent for 95 years and showed no signs that it was about to erupt — but then it did.
From Celebrated TV Cowboy To Convict: The Tragic Demise Of James Stacy
James Stacy was nominated for two Emmys despite having become a double-amputee in 1973. But this reputation was tarnished by his 1995 conviction.
Heartbreaking Photo Of Dog Waiting For Deceased Owner Prompts Hundreds Of Adoption Offers
Three-year-old Labrador mix "Moose" had no idea that his owner had passed away from cancer, and continued to wait at his bedside.
Three Hunters Brag About Illegally Killing Yellowstone Mountain Lion Online — And Get Caught
"You know, we ended up getting a lot of this information from a guy in Bozeman off of Facebook," a park agent said during the interrogation, "'cause you guys put a bunch of stuff on social media."
Handsy Tourists Are Destroying The Oldest Tree In The U.K. And Potentially All Of Europe
The Fortingall Yew could potentially have been growing when the Pyramids and Stonehenge were being built.
Buried WWII Bomb Self-Detonates And Creates Meteor-Sized Crater Outside German Village
Residents of the small German town first thought that the impact from the self-detonated bomb was from either a meteor or an earthquake.