Trophy Hunter Mike Jines Receives Death Threats, Adamant He Killed Elephants In Self-Defense
Fragging: When Soldiers In Vietnam Revolted Against Their Officers By Murdering Them With Grenades
The True Story Behind Project Blue Book: When The United States Government Actually Hunted For Aliens
Reinhard Heydrich: The Organizer Of The Holocaust Who Even Hitler Thought Was Cruel
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Shamima Begum Joined ISIS At 15 — Now She’s 19, Pregnant, And Wants To Return Home
32-Year-Old Son Sets His Mother’s House On Fire After Argument Over Cheez-Its
While the house only sustained minor damage, the fire was serious enough that the man's two trapped relatives climbed out of a second-story window to get to safety.
Opioid Addiction Is So Pervasive That U.S. Hospitals Need ‘Baby Cuddlers’ To Help Newborns In Withdrawal
As America's opioid crisis affects millions, babies nationwide are born with harrowing inherited-withdrawals from their addicted mothers.
30 Great Depression Pictures Brought To Life In Stunning Color
From farms to factories, these colorized Great Depression pictures help reveal what American history's worst economic catastrophe was like for those who lived through it.
James Watt May Not Be The Best Known Inventor, But Without Him, The Modern World May Not Exist
John Watt's steam engine not only streamlined travel and manufacturing, but was also an impetus for the Industrial Revolution.
US Navy Shipwreck Of World War II-Era USS Hornet Found 17,500 Feet Underwater After 76 Years
Through a research expedition funded by late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the deep sea R/V Petrel vessel located the USS Hornet and captured priceless footage.