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There are plenty of reasons to party this month!
When the government wanted to cut Public Television funds in 1969, Mister Rogers went to Washington.
What is May Day? It means many things to many people, from pagans to factory workers to troubled boaters.
On April 30, 1939, the first-ever regularly scheduled television broadcast began with scenes from the just-opened New York World's Fair.
Food scientists are skeptical.
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In 2010, a group of scientists went on an expedition into the Abanda caves in the rainforest of Gabon.
Fresh off being named one of the 100 Most Influential People, John Green sat down to discuss the meanings of many car brand and model names.
An odd connection between the Lincoln and Booth families.
Let's dig in to this slightly geeky technical problem—one that literally means the difference between life and death.
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