12 March

Some of the most famous women from U.S. history — such as Susan B. Anthony, who championed the right to vote for women, Gloria Steinem, a tireless worker for equal […]

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12 March

Ask the question “Do you want to score your dream job, one where you build your career on something which you are passionate about and get paid your true worth?” […]

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12 March

One of the biggest problems with the traditional education model is it works on the premise that one size fits all. As we now know, a one size fits all […]

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10 March

He was one of the greatest conquerors in the ancient world. With territory stretching from Greece to India, Alexander the Great ruled a vast empire during his short life. But […]

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10 March

Colonel Sanders was more than just a brand ambassador. He was also a man. In many ways his life and work intertwined – notably with his rank, which was given […]

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10 March

“There’s nothing like real home-grown spaghetti…” With that head-scratcher of a line, one of the greatest April Fool’s Day Gotcha!’s was born. On April 1, 1957, the BBC news program […]

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10 March

Things have changed a lot since the 1950s. Back then, there were a lot of things that people took for granted that are difficult to contemplate in the current time. […]

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10 March

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! This Week [March 3-9th, 2019] Scientists discover a new killer whale species, a stray runs in the Iditarod, and Japan gets a robotic […]

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09 March

Science fiction is what we call the stories that use what technology already exists to think about what technologies could exist in the future, and what those developments might mean […]

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09 March

She has to be one of the most elusive Bible characters of all: who really was the Queen of Sheba? Where exactly was her kingdom? And where was she born […]

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