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Milk enabled massive steppe migration

The long-distance migrations of early Bronze Age pastoralists in the Eurasian steppe have captured widespread interest. But the factors behind ...
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Jesse James: Facts About the Wild West Outlaw and his Gang

Facts, information and articles about Jesse James, confederate soldier and famous outlaw from the Wild West Jesse James Facts Born: September ...
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6 of the Wildest Moments from the 1986 New York Mets Championship Season

Except for one fairytale season in 1969, when they won the World Series, the New York Mets were largely synonymous ...
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10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

Boston's Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball's oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport's early 20th century. Some ...
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When the Young Lords Put Garbage on Display to Demand Change

In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the ...
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Prehistoric humans rarely mated with their cousins

At present-day, more than ten percent of all global marriages occur among first or second cousins. While cousin-marriages are common ...
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Fog Bowl: The Most Bizarre Game in NFL History

First in a series on iconic NFL games. Foul weather, from ice, snow and below-freezing temperatures to downpours and excessive ...
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Fog Bowl: The Most Bizarre Game in NFL History

First in a series on iconic NFL games. Foul weather, from ice, snow and below-freezing temperatures to downpours and excessive ...
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How Photos from the Battle of Antietam Revealed the American Civil War’s Horrors

In October 1862, a shocking and unique photo exhibition opened at Mathew B. Brady’s Broadway gallery in New York City ...
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The 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre: How Fearmongering Led to Violence

In the center of downtown Atlanta, a handful of streets intersect, forming what locals know as Five Points. Today, a ...
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