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Donning Lab Coat And Heels, Camille Schrier Wins Miss Virginia Pageant With Colorful Science Experiment

Donning Lab Coat And Heels, Camille Schrier Wins Miss Virginia Pageant With Colorful Science Experiment

"[Women and little girls] can look to me and say OK, she’s a woman who is able to be successful in an organization like the Miss America organization, but she’s also a scientist."
Heartbreaking Photo Of Dog Waiting For Deceased Owner Prompts Hundreds Of Adoption Offers

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.
The Great Lesbian Love Affair Of Rose Cleveland, The Former First Lady Of The United States

The Great Lesbian Love Affair Of Rose Cleveland, The Former First Lady Of The United States

"You are mine, and I am yours, and we are one, and our lives are one henceforth," the former First Lady wrote.
Priceless 17th-Century Caravaggio Painting Discovered Behind Mattresses In Old French Attic

Priceless 17th-Century Caravaggio Painting Discovered Behind Mattresses In Old French Attic

It took five years of verification and restoration to prepare the 1607 Caravaggio for auction. It is expected to go for $170 million.
Listen To The Only Known Recording Of Frida Kahlo’s Voice, Uncovered 60 Years After Her Death

Listen To The Only Known Recording Of Frida Kahlo’s Voice, Uncovered 60 Years After Her Death

The audio recording features Mexican painter Frida Kahlo as she recites an essay she wrote dedicated to her husband and creative partner, muralist Diego Rivera.
This Arctic Hotel in Norway Is The Frozen Hideaway Of An Introvert’s Dreams

This Arctic Hotel in Norway Is The Frozen Hideaway Of An Introvert’s Dreams

Heed the hotel's advice before booking your stay at the Arctic Hideaway: "Pack wool ... even in the summer."
Juneteenth: The Celebration Of African-American Emancipation From Slavery

Juneteenth: The Celebration Of African-American Emancipation From Slavery

On June 19, 1865, slavery officially ended in Texas. Now, we commemorate every "Juneteenth" with celebrations of freedom.
50-Million-Year-Old Fossil Captures A Swimming School Of Fish

50-Million-Year-Old Fossil Captures A Swimming School Of Fish

The fossil was unearthed years ago in the Green River Formation in the United States, but the study’s co-author only happened upon it at a museum while on vacation in Japan.
Newgrange: The Massive Irish Tomb That’s Older That The Pyramids

Newgrange: The Massive Irish Tomb That’s Older That The Pyramids

The opening of the ancient tomb of Newgrange in County Meath, Ireland, perfectly aligns with the rising sun every winter solstice.
75-Foot Mural Of Jacinda Ardern Hugging A Muslim Woman Sparks Reverence And Rage In Australia

75-Foot Mural Of Jacinda Ardern Hugging A Muslim Woman Sparks Reverence And Rage In Australia

The mural depicts a compassionate embrace between New Zealand's prime minister and a Muslim woman following the tragedy at Christchurch, but not all locals are pleased with it.
Revelry, Rhinestones, And Rock: The Glitzy Life Of Elton John In 56 Photos

Revelry, Rhinestones, And Rock: The Glitzy Life Of Elton John In 56 Photos

These Elton John pictures reveal a man who has overcome poverty, death, and drugs, to produce some of the most extravagant music the 20th century has ever seen.