Tuesday, August 22, 2017

What Really Doomed the Franklin Expedition, The Mysterious Motives Behind the Theft of 'The Scream,' What Will Happen to America's Largest Confederate Memorial? and More

 
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A Dentist Weighs in On What Really Doomed the Franklin Expedition
 
A Dentist Weighs in On What Really Doomed the Franklin Expedition
 
 
The Mysterious Motives Behind the Theft of 'The Scream'
 
The Mysterious Motives Behind the Theft of ‘The Scream’
 
 
The World Trade Center's Only Surviving Art Heads Home
 
The World Trade Center's Only Surviving Art Heads Home
 
 
Indian Court Grants Woman Divorce Over Husband's Refusal to Install a Household Toilet
 
Indian Court Grants Woman Divorce Over Husband’s Refusal to Install a Household Toilet
 
 
Meet Florence, the Giant Asteroid That Will Buzz by Earth This September
 
Meet Florence, the Giant Asteroid That Will Buzz by Earth This September
 
 
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Photo Competition Highlights Splendor of Earth's Ecosystems
 
Photo Competition Highlights Splendor of Earth’s Ecosystems
 
 
It May Rain Diamonds Inside Neptune and Uranus
 
It May Rain Diamonds Inside Neptune and Uranus
 
 
The Fused History of Two of Washington, D.C.'s Beloved Museums
 
The Fused History of Two of Washington, D.C.'s Beloved Museums
 
 
Apps Can Help You Get Pregnant. But Should You Use Them as a Contraceptive?
 
Apps Can Help You Get Pregnant. But Should You Use Them as a Contraceptive?
 
 
Go Behind the Glass of Churchill's Underground War Rooms
 
Go Behind the Glass of Churchill’s Underground War Rooms
 
 
What Will Happen to Stone Mountain, America's Largest Confederate Memorial?
 
What Will Happen to Stone Mountain, America’s Largest Confederate Memorial?
 
 
Flappers Took the Country by Storm, But Did They Ever Truly Go Away
 
Flappers Took the Country by Storm, But Did They Ever Truly Go Away
 
 
Without Chick Parsons, General MacArthur May Never Have Made His Famed Return to the Philippines
 
Without Chick Parsons, General MacArthur May Never Have Made His Famed Return to the Philippines
 
 
How Microscopic Algae Kick-Started Life As We Know It
 
How Microscopic Algae Kick-Started Life As We Know It
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1950, Althea Gibson became the first black athlete to play on the U.S. tennis tour when she was accepted to compete in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association's annual championship. The trailblazing Harlem phenom changed the face of American tennis. Look back at her first women's championship win at Wimbledon.
 
 
 
 
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This eclipse photo was taken during the end of totality in Montgomery City, Missouri.
 
"2017 Totality Diamond Ring" Photo by Kelli Camp
 
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