In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
Aerospace engineers at MIT have designed an elegant solution to one of the most pressing issues surrounding lunar research: The inability to spend any significant time on the moon's surface.
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Bridge building just got a lot more high tech.
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Chimps not only love wine, they fashion their own goblets out of leaves to drink it. No amateurs here.
Her rule has spanned 63 years—but it could have all been undone by one 17-year-old.
He threw wild, beaned batters, and lost all sense of time, but Dock Ellis still pitched a no-hitter while high on LSD.
Photographer Alex Soloviev tells us how he captured his jellyfish subjects without getting a drop of water on him.
On this day in 1880, Lee Richmond of the Worcester Ruby Legs twirled baseball's first-ever perfect game.
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