Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Attempted Assassination of Andrew Jackson, Weather Bombs, What Turned an Australian Lake Bright Pink? and More

 
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The Attempted Assassination of Andrew Jackson
 
The Attempted Assassination of Andrew Jackson
 
 
Why Did This Australian Lake Turn Bright Pink?
 
Why Did This Australian Lake Turn Bright Pink?
 
 
This Virginia Winery Once Housed One of WWII's Most Important Spy Stations
 
This Virginia Winery Once Housed One of WWII's Most Important Spy Stations
 
 
Archaeologists Worked Feverishly to Excavate Colonial-Era Graves at Philly Construction Site
 
Archaeologists Worked Feverishly to Excavate Colonial-Era Graves at Philly Construction Site
 
 
The Beast's Enchanted Rose Lasted a Decade. How Long Can a Real One Last?
 
The Beast's Enchanted Rose Lasted a Decade. How Long Can a Real One Last?
 
 
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Announcing the Finalists of the Smithsonian.com 14th Annual Photo Contest
 
This Orphanage Did More Than Find Homes for Children of the Holocaust. It Helped Them Reclaim Their Humanity
 
This Orphanage Did More Than Find Homes for Children of the Holocaust. It Helped Them Reclaim Their Humanity
 
 
Why South Korea's National Archive Uprooted 12 Japanese Trees
 
Why South Korea’s National Archive Uprooted 12 Japanese Trees
 
 
Is Winter Storm Stella a "Weather Bomb"?
 
Is Winter Storm Stella a "Weather Bomb"?
 
 
NASA Spots India's Long-Lost Lunar Orbiter
 
NASA Spots India's Long-Lost Lunar Orbiter
 
 
Thornbury Castle, Honeymoon Spot of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, On Sale for $10.3 million
 
Thornbury Castle, Honeymoon Spot of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, On Sale for $10.3 million
 
 
The Patents and Trademarks Behind Lucky Charms Cereal
 
 
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The Patents and Trademarks Behind Lucky Charms Cereal
 
 
One Writer Used Statistics to Reveal the Secrets of What Makes Great Writing
 
One Writer Used Statistics to Reveal the Secrets of What Makes Great Writing
 
 
See Inside Graceland's $137-million Expansion
 
See Inside Graceland's $137-million Expansion
 
 
Scientists Spot Hundreds of Humpback Whales Feeding in Massive Groups
 
Scientists Spot Hundreds of Humpback Whales Feeding in Massive Groups
 
 
Getting Married on Pi Day is a Thing
 
Getting Married on Pi Day is a Thing
 
 
What Killed Northern Australia's Mangroves?
 
What Killed Northern Australia’s Mangroves?
 
 
The Man Who Dug JFK's Grave, Twice
 
The Man Who Dug JFK’s Grave, Twice
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1879, Albert Einstein was born. The world-renowned physicist changed the way humans understood the universe through his brilliant theories. But as a "celebrity scientist," Einstein didn't just stick to speaking about physics. Read about how Einstein used his fame as a platform to denounce racism in America.
 
 
 
 
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City streets in the Andalucian city, Cadiz.
 
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