In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
Speaking with a “stunt zombie,” as impossible as that sounds.
Because it makes the cocktail so much better! Adding eggs to shaken drinks is a tradition that dates back more than a century.
There’s no shortage of amenities at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but perhaps the most culturally significant is the White House Family Theater, which has been playing everything from classic American fil
“Stand beside her, and guide her,” we sing in “God Bless America.” Come to think of it, most nations of the world are referred to in the female gender. Why is that?
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In Paris, what’s beneath the sidewalks is as exciting as the monuments that tower above them.
The Dilemma: You're at a football game and there's a large, cigar-shaped object hovering suspiciously close to you. Question: Is it a blimp or a zeppelin?
According to some estimates, several thousand tons of meteorites hit the earth each year—and a few chunks have managed to collide with some rather peculiar targets.
The Repository for Germinal Choice, better known as the Nobel Prize Sperm Bank, was founded in 1980 by multimillionaire Robert Graham, inventor of shatterproof eyeglass lenses.
With corporate lexicon, seemingly small differences can cause a world of costly trouble, particularly when translation is required.
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