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Only one action could prevent the world from surpassing 2 degrees of global warming, but does this benchmark even matter?…
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz knew the real-life Charlie Brown, and other things that might surprise you about the popular comic strip.
A martial arts weapon, the nunchaku or nunchucks, renowned for knocking out Bruce Lee’s adversaries, has increasingly popularized within America’s police forces.
As the Syrian refugee crisis has transcended borders and minds, a growing number of U.S. corporations have reached into their pocketbooks and outward to public spheres of influence to assist with the humanitarian food efforts.
North Korea, an isolationist country consumed by the legacy of its family dynasty, now wants to turn back the time as well.
The Associated Press and British Movietone are uploading more than 550,000 clips to YouTube that feature news events dating back to 1895, becoming the largest collection of archival news content on the video sharing website.
The Board of Supervisors for Maricopa County, Arizona, voted to settle parts of a lawsuit on Wednesday brought on by the Justice Department against Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Office alleging abuse of power and discriminatory practices toward Hispanics.
New York City will host one of its famous ticker-tape parades on Friday to celebrate the U.S. women’s national soccer team, who won their third FIFA World Cup title on Sunday.
Like Taco Tuesdays? Well, thanks to a leap second, this one just got a little longer.
Speaking to the masses in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis articulated a more accepting tone toward marital separation.
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