Sniffer Dog Busts 256 Pounds Rhino Horn Haul In South Africa Airport
Jim Hutton: The Story Of Freddie Mercury’s Longtime Partner
The Osage Reign Of Terror: How A Bigoted Conspiracy Against The Native Americans Led To The FBI’s First Case
You Could Face Jail Time For Leaving Your Dog Out In The Cold, Per New Law
Archaeologists Find 25,000-Year-Old Mammoth Rib Pierced With An Arrow From Early Human Hunters
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Conjoined Twins
Megalodon: The Prehistoric Shark 10 Times The Size Of T-Rex
Its name literally means 'big tooth' and with good reason — its jaws were strong enough to crush a car.
Walk Of Death: The Story Of Howard Unruh And American History’s First Mass Shooting
On Sept. 6, 1949, Howard Unruh killed 13 people in 12 minutes. If he'd had enough bullets, he later said, he would have "killed a thousand."
This Week In History News, Jan. 7 – 11
Million-dollar penny up for auction, Bronze Age prosthetic hand found, temple to pre-Aztec "Flay Lord" uncovered.
7-Year-Old Wins ASPCA Award For Rescuing More Than 1,300 Dogs From High-Kill Shelters
"He's a born dog whisperer."
Extraterrestrial Mineral Harder Than Diamond Discovered In Israel
Prior to this discovery, the sapphire-like gemstone was known only to exist in outer space.