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The Treacherous Race to the South Pole
HISTORY In the early 1910s, explorers Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott engaged in a frantic, and ultimately tragic, race to be the first man to reach the South Pole. 3 hours
The Costliest Day in SEAL Team Six History
HISTORY On August 6, 2011, insurgents shot down a Chinook transport helicopter in Afghanistan, killing all 38 people on board, including 15 Navy SEALS from Team Six’s Gold Squadron. 5 hours
The Great Molasses Flood of 1919
HISTORY Sugary-sweet molasses turned deadly on January 15, 1919, when a holding tank burst and sent 2.3 million gallons of the sticky liquid sweeping through the streets of Boston. 4 days
Alternate Take: What If Martin Luther King Hadn’t Been Killed?
HISTORY Consider how history might have been different had Martin Luther King Jr. not been assassinated at the age of 39. 4 days
The First Foreign-Born First Lady: Louisa Catherine Adams
HISTORY Fluent in French and favored by the grandest courts in Europe, the London-born Louisa Catherine Adams played a key role in the election of her husband, John Quincy Adams, in 1824. 4 days
History of the Presidential Cabinet
HISTORY The presidential Cabinet has come a long way since Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson used to duke it out during the Washington administration. 5 days
800-Year-Old Skeleton Yields Genome of Deadly Infection
HISTORY Researchers have mapped the DNA of an ancient bacterial infection that killed a pregnant woman living outside the ancient city of Troy in the final years of the Byzantine Empire. 6 days
A History of the Presidential Farewell Address
HISTORY Take a look back at the history of presidential goodbyes over the years. 1 week
Experts Stunned By CT Scan of Tiny Mummy
HISTORY When medical experts recently scanned a tiny Egyptian mummy—thought to contain the remains of a hawk—they were shocked to discover it was actually a mummified human baby. 1 week
HISTORY Vault: Special Forces
HISTORY In this week’s featured collection, Special Forces, we are taking a look at the highly trained fighters that make up the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), who are some of the most elite soldiers across all branches of the U.S.... 2 weeks
Globetrotting Vikings: The Quest for Constantinople
HISTORY The Vikings coveted Constantinople but could never breach its walls. Only by becoming the personal bodyguards of the Byzantine emperor did the Nordic warriors grab a piece of its wealth. 2 weeks
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Britain's laser quest for a weapon that really works
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Opinion: What does Trump's election mean for digital freedom of speech?
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Biofuel matchmaker: Finding the perfect algae for renewable energy
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NASA analyzes heavy rainfall over Southern Thailand
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How old is our moon?
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NASA plans another busy year for Earth science fieldwork
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