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Some three decades after America held its breath during the live TV rescue, Jessica McClure opened up about her life.
$46 million will buy you a Bahamian island with its own castle, but its dubious history might just be enough to put you off.
The former home of the Minnellis still sits on N. Crescent Drive – but it’s a forgotten, dilapidated husk of what it once was.
From hired hermits to pet squirrels, here are some of history’s strangest status symbols.
Here are 40 historical “truths” that turn out to be anything but factually accurate.
Humans have fallen prey to deadly epidemics throughout history to absolutely devastating effect.
In August 2020 a group of scientific researchers revealed why zebras have black and white coats.
A Red Lobster staff member spotted a one-in-two-million find among a delivery of fresh seafood.
Researchers may have discovered why locusts swarm and devastate crops.
Do you get your coffee, shampoo, wine or candy from Costco? Here’s who’s really making Kirkland products.
Tilapia is an American favorite, but concerns have been raised about the fish’s impact on our health.
A veteran bought a Rolex for just over $100 in 1960, so he was flabbergasted to learn its modern value.
Of all the glowing tributes flooding in for rock giant Eddie Van Halen, none can match his ex-wife’s.
It turns out that Graylen Eastwood has inherited several traits from her Oscar-winning grandfather Clint.