As Fathers Day approaches, a man writes a letter to his future child. While he has hopes and dreams like all parents, he promises to be more accepting than his own father was.
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Aung San Suu Kyi went from decades of detention to an elected position in the Burmese parliament, and is now headed for Europe. But the transition isn't easy, and she's already run into the kind of diplomatic problems politicians face.
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The Russian Dashcam Supercut. Many Russian drivers use a dashboard camera for legal defense in case of trouble, which leads to some scary or awesome clips for the internet audience.
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Joe Walsh is running for a congressional seat from Illinois. However, his opponent Tammy Duckworth is getting some major press with an endorsement from Joe Walsh.
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How the Tasmanian Tiger Became the 20th Century's Dodo. Hunters got £1 for every thylacine shot until they were all gone, forever.
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Whenever there's a human activity, someone will make a sport out of it. WikiWars is a race through Wikipedia to connect two unrelated terms, and it is quite competitive.
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The Homestead Act of 1862 gave almost everyone a shot at the American Dream. The redistribution of wealth went on for over 100 years and settled the American continent with great efficiency.
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Archaeologists think they may have found the legendary city of La Ciudad Blanca in the forests of Honduras. Hernando Cortes and others looked for the city full of gold for decades, but they didn't have high-tech scanning airplanes.
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Planning the Ultimate Staycation. You don't have to go broke or go anywhere to have a good time off work.