Week in Review: Here are some stories you may have missed...

World leaders are convening for the United Nation’s latest climate conference in Katowice, Poland to discuss the implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement, which aims...

How our nation’s symbol soared back from the brink

In 1782, the bald eagle was officially declared the national symbol of the United States. It became the icon that evoked patriotism – a...

Meet the amazing stars of Guinness World Records 2019!

Guinness World Records 2019 was officially out on globally on the 6 September, woop woop! Once again it's jam-packed with incredible achievements and fantastic features, and...

Who Is BTS? Everything You Need to Know About the Korean-Pop...

Katy Perry may be the most followed person on Twitter, but she's not the most talked about. That honor goes to K-pop band BTS, which...

Why does the Leaning Tower of Pisa lean?

Pick any day in the Piazza del Duomo in the Italian city of Pisa, and you will undoubtedly spot a bunch of tourists posing...

How not being a father made George Washington the father of...

oor Samuel Hanson. In 1787, soon after the Revolutionary War, the Alexandria businessman agreed to take on two boarders: George Steptoe Washington and Lawrence...

ISS: Spacewalk cosmonauts investigate mystery hole

Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) are engaged on a spacewalk to investigate a mysterious hole that caused a loss of air...

Week in Review: Here are some stories you may have missed...

A group of journalists whose work has landed them in jail — or cost them their lives — has been named TIME’s Person...

The birth of Gospel music

Were it not for the tragedy that befell Thomas A. Dorsey on this date, the world might never have known the glorious sound of...

How a Mexican resort invented eco-tourism

I stumbled upon the plans for that jungle party while on a recent family holiday to Mexico. Like increasing numbers of Brits, I had...

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