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Thursday, February 16, 2017
The Friendship That Saved Lincoln's Life, 13th-Century "Mermaid Bones," Surprising Facts About China's Great Wall and More
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The True Friendship That Saved Abraham Lincoln's Life
"Are We Alone in the Universe?" Winston Churchill's Lost Extraterrestrial Essay Says No
Sticky Rice Mortar, the View From Space, and More Fun Facts About China's Great Wall
Sponsored: Mini Museum
Mini Museum Launches All New Edition With 29 Rare and Unique Specimens
What If You Could Take a Vitamin 3D Printed To Meet Your Personal Nutrition Needs?
How to FedEx a Giant Panda
"9-1-1" Has Meant "Help, Please" For 49 Years
This Ancient Reptile Gave Birth to Live Offspring
How 13th-Century "Mermaid Bones" Came to Be Displayed in a Japanese Temple
This Biologist Defies Gravity (and Glass Ceilings) to Document the Effects of Climate Change
When Lincoln Was More a Politician Than an "Honest Abe"
Can Ancient Techniques Make Modern Wine Better?
With Patents or Without, Black Inventors Reshaped American Industry
Air & Space
This Upstart Launched a Record 88 Satellites This Week to Image Earth
Yellow Fever Outbreak in Congo and Angola Finally Comes to an End
American Girl Announces Boy
Seagrasses Reduce Bacteria in Polluted Waters
Nick Offerman's Character in "The Founder" is Based on This Real Historical Figure
The Pioneer of Graphic Adventure Games Was a Woman
, the Meredith Corporation first began publishing
Ladies' Home Journal
The women's interest magazine was immensely popular, and in 1903 became the first American magazine to reach 1 million subscribers.
Read about how an ad in the publication helped sell deodorant to women who didn't even know they needed it.
Photo of the Day
"Madrassa School in Bani" Photo by Matjaz Krivic
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