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5 Serial killers who were murdering people before they hit puberty
Your neighbor, your spouse, your friend, any of these people could secretly be sneaking out at night to...
The greatest achievements in the history of North Korea
There's famine, political repression, and the only the only western programs Kim Jong-Un finds politically acceptable are old...
The story of Thanksgiving isn’t as happy as you think
The story of Thanksgiving involves a bit more genocide than you might've thought.
What’s going on in Nigeria and why should we care?
21 of the Chibok schoolgirls that were abducted by Boko Haram in April 2014 have been reunited with...
The World Wide Web at 25: Five rad things and five bad things
You may have noticed when you opened up Facebook this morning, an ad inviting you to celebrate the...
Is the death of God inevitable? Or are we stuck with God?
How do we reconcile ourselves to the fact that in a world built and borne upon the shoulders...
Rodrigo Duterte: The maniac running the Philippines
Well in case you missed it, the President of the Philippines just called the US ambassador a “gay son...
The Somme 1916: The Bloodiest Day of WWI
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Somme, the bloodiest single day in one of the most devastating conflicts...
Korean fan death: It’s a real phenomenon
Urban legends can take on a certain power if they are repeated enough. If enough people pass along...
How Cinco de Mayo became an American holiday
Cinco De Mayo is approaching, which means Americans everywhere will use this date set aside to commemorate the...
The Weirdest Episodes Of Mass Hysteria In History
Mass hysteria is when a large number of people become convinced of a popular delusion. It can be...
A Reminder On National Beer Day That Beer Is Good For You
Today is Tuesday, April 7, which happens to be National Beer Day. So what better way to celebrate...