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The Death Penalty In The United States

Death penalty laws go way back to the eighteenth century B.C. in the Code of King Hammurabi of Babylon. During the tenth century A.D.,…

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On This Day, May 13th

1. 1918: The first airmail stamp issued in the United States On this day back in 1918, the first airmail stamp was issued in…

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New Scans of King Tut’s Tomb Raise Controversy

Arguably one of the most important discoveries in Egyptology is still surprising and perplexing archaeologists to this day, according to the experts at the Annual…

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15 More Mind Blowing Ancient Ruins Around the World

There are so many ancient ruins around the world that you can still visit today. Here are 15 more of the most mind blowing…

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History’s Badasses: Audie Murphy

Last time on History’s Badasses, we covered the man who abolished the slave trade in the British Empire: William Wilberforce. This week, we have someone just…

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Agatha Christie’s Unsolved Disappearance

It was a mystery for the ages, one that drew in the entirety of Britain’s police force and the likes of Dorothy Sayers and…

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On This Day, May 12th

1. 2000: 19 yr. old Adam Petty, grandson of legendary Richard Petty, dies in crash. While out on some practice laps before the qualifying…

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Allen Ginsberg: A Beat Above the Rest

Allen Ginsberg was born on June 3rd, 1926 in Newark, New Jersey. Many fans know how much of an inspiration Walt Whitman was Ginsberg,…

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On This Day, May 11th

1. 1981: Music legend Bob Marley dies Today was a very sad day back in 1981 when one of the most, if not the…

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The Life of Bram Stoker

Known for creating one of the most iconic fictional figures of all time, Bram Stoker is considered a literary idol to many. Bram Stoker…

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