Friday, July 21, 2017

Was a Famous Lincoln Letter Written by His Secretary?, Newborn Red Pandas at the Zoo, Preserving a 400-Pound Blue Whale Heart and More

 
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Was This Famous Lincoln Letter Written by His Secretary?
 
Was This Famous Lincoln Letter Written by His Secretary?
 
 
Why It Matters That Hungary's Prime Minister Denounced His Country's Role in the Holocaust
 
Why It Matters That Hungary's Prime Minister Denounced His Country’s Role in the Holocaust
 
 
Apollo 11 Moon Rock Bag Sells for $1.8 Million in Controversial Auction
 
Apollo 11 Moon Rock Bag Sells for $1.8 Million in Controversial Auction
 
 
Meet the Zoo's Newborn Red Panda Cubs, Who Just Opened Their Eyes
 
Meet the Zoo’s Newborn Red Panda Cubs, Who Just Opened Their Eyes
 
 
Was the First Battle of Bull Run Really 'The Picnic Battle'?
 
Was the First Battle of Bull Run Really ‘The Picnic Battle’?
 
 
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The Painstaking Process of Preserving a 400-Pound Blue Whale Heart
 
The Painstaking Process of Preserving a 400-Pound Blue Whale Heart
 
 
Newly Released Documents Reveal Churchill's Efforts to Suppress Details of Nazi Plot
 
Newly Released Documents Reveal Churchill’s Efforts to Suppress Details of Nazi Plot
 
 
Vietnam Commits to Shut Down Bear Bile Farms
 
Vietnam Commits to Shut Down Bear Bile Farms
 
 
Dogfighting Over
 
 
From Air & Space
 
The Dogfighting Scenes in "Dunkirk" Are Exhilarating
 
 
George W. Bush's Paintings of World Leaders to Go On Display at Conservative Conference
 
George W. Bush’s Paintings of World Leaders to Go On Display at Conservative Conference
 
 
When Girls Studied Planets and the Skies Had No Limits
 
When Girls Studied Planets and the Skies Had No Limits
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 2007, the final book in J.K. Rowling's epic Harry Potter series was released. The spellbinding Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows concluded the 20-year saga of the "Boy Who Lived" against Voldemort that kept the world enraptured. Find out why reading Harry Potter might make you a better person.
 
 
 
 
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A woman worker tapping the rubber trees in the morning dew. Every day, they enter the rubber forest from 2 AM to start the work at night. In the morning, when rubber latex flows full into the cups, rubber pus will be discharged into larger barrels to be transported to the factory.
 
"Night Rubber Tapping Workers" Photo by Tran Tuan Viet
 
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