Category History

‘Humanzee’ Created in U.S. Lab by Scientists?

Generally, most of us have always thought that human-animal hybrids are creatures of fantasy or science fiction. It turns out that there has actually been a rumor circulating for years that a little over a hundred years ago, scientists actually… Continue Reading →

Was Jared Kushner “Mar-a-Lago Mole”?

Jared Kushner appears to be doing everything he can to dispel rumors that he’s the “Mar-a-Lago” mole who ratted out Donald Trump to the FBI, resulting in the agency searching the ex-president’s Palm Beach, Florida resort earlier this month. In… Continue Reading →

Pregnant Mother and Baby Die After being Sent to ‘Unsuitable Ward’

A pregnant woman and her baby died two days apart after she caught Covid and was transferred to an unsuitable ward to treat her illness, an inquest heard. Sumera Haq, 37, was eight months pregnant with her third child when… Continue Reading →

Were Native Americans Chinese?

For the first time, researchers successfully sequenced the genome of ancient human fossils from the Late Pleistocene in southern China. The data, published July 14 in the journal Current Biology, suggests that the mysterious hominin belonged to an extinct maternal… Continue Reading →

Bill Clinton Sent Officials to Area 51 to Check for Aliens?

Former President Bill Clinton this week revealed he sent his national security adviser to inspect Area 51 in Nevada for aliens when he served as president. During an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” that aired on… Continue Reading →

Man Hated His Mother So Much He Blew Up Her Flight With Dynamite

On 1 November, 1955, the United States recorded one of its first attacks on a commercial airliner after a man packed 25 sticks of dynamite into his mother’s suitcase. Daisie E. King, a 54-year-old woman from Denver, boarded the plane… Continue Reading →

Inside King Tut’s Gruesome Final Months

King Tutankhamun’s life has been explored in a new documentary. The “Boy King”, who ruled Egypt 3,000 years ago, suffered from bouts of malaria and a broken leg before his untimely death aged just 19. In the years prior to… Continue Reading →

The Forgotten Mass Imprisonment of Women by the American Government

Methods used throughout history frequently reveal the real cost of systematic repression and control — in society, where human beings aren’t seen as equal, some people are always worth more than others. When the U.S. government conceived of a grand… Continue Reading →

Archaeologists Find 9,000-Year-Old Shrine in the Desert in Jordan

A team of Jordanian and French archaeologists said Tuesday that it had found a roughly 9,000-year-old shrine at a remote Neolithic site in Jordan’s eastern desert. The ritual complex was found in a Neolithic campsite near large structures known as… Continue Reading →

Was Mitt Romney Right About Russia?

A decade ago, Mitt Romney went on CNN and made a statement that was widely perceived as a major mistake. “Russia, this is, without question, our number one geopolitical foe,” Romney, who would be the Republican presidential nominee in the… Continue Reading →

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