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Someone gets nominated twice in the same Oscar category nearly every year, surprisingly.
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Were the '70s really the height of disco, punk, and the sexual revolution? Host Justin Dodd investigates in this episode of “Misconceptions."
There are few tales of the ‘Titanic’ left unexplored. Joseph Laroche’s story is one of them.
Henry Ford’s car made of soybeans and Thomas Edison’s ghost-detecting telephone are just two little-known creations of history’s most famous inventors.
All tortoises are turtles, but not all turtles are tortoises. Learn the key differences between these bony-shelled reptiles.
Curious about Scottish slang? Learn the meanings of terms like ‘git awa’ and bile yer heid’ and impress your friends on your next visit to Scotland.
In 1919, Canadian businessman Ambrose Small cashed a check for 1 million dollars. Hours later, he vanished.
Humans have had plenty of opportunities to discover new foods and transport them to new places over the past 12,000 years.
The syringes used by medical professionals today can be traced back to her 1899 patent.
From “Milk Drinkers Turn to Powder” to “Indian Ocean Talks,” these funny news headlines will make you say, “Wait, what?”
Uncover the secrets of the dawn chorus and why birds choose to sing in the early hours.
Here are dozens of words ending in ‘O’ that have never been the Wordle solution (yet).
Learn more about the supernatural incidents that inspired haunted house movies like ‘The Amityville Horror’ and ‘The Conjuring,’ and discover the truth behind the scares.
Punta Gorda locals have been swearing by the mystical properties of a radioactive water fountain for a century.
Who invented the hamburger? Unravel the history of this American staple and find out how it went from a simple Hamburg steak to the beloved sandwich we know today.
From doubt over Shakespeare’s existence to Lincoln’s assassination, conspiracy theories have been around for centuries.
Uncover the key features that set hawks and falcons apart, including their flight patterns, eye color, size, and hunting techniques.
As more Millennials have children, many of them are shying away from names that were popular in their own classrooms decades ago.
From pub sub to snowbird, here's the slang you need to know to sound like a local in the Sunshine State.
All five answers to the questions below have something in common. Can you figure it out?