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Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen told a federal judge Thursday that Trump pursued a Moscow project further into 2016 than previously known, capping years of effort to do business in Russia. Young Trump, Trump Tower, Security Service, The Washington Post, Hotel Deals, 30 Years, Moscow, Donald Trump, Russia

What If Trump Has Been a Russian Asset Since 1987?

When Trump has his summit with Putin, will he be meeting with his counterpart — or his handler? A plausible theory of mind-boggling collusion.

Our history textbooks seemed to have missed these Native women. During Women's History Month, brush up on what you missed—and share your new knowledge all year long. Wise Women, Famous Women, Jesus Is My Friend, Althea Gibson, Feminist Icons, Tennis Players Female, Badass Women, Great Women, African American Women

25 Famous Badass Women in History | The Manual

From an 86-year-old who climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro to a teenage activist, and Oprah (of course), here are 25 women who inspire us to be more badass.

MAD Magazine "Alfred E. Newman" I got sent to detention once or twice for reading MAD magazine during class time - Alfred E. Neumann, Red Head Cartoon, Got Milk Ads, Mad Magazine, Magazine Covers, Culture Pop, Famous Cartoons, Baby Boomer, The Good Old Days

A Boy with No Birthday Turns Sixty

Sam Sweet on MAD Magazine’s venerable mascot, who turns sixty this year—kind of. Alfred E. Neuman has a strange and storied past.

Read "O Pioneers! The Song of the Lark, and My Antonia" by Willa Cather available from Rakuten Kobo. Three classic novels by Willa Cather. According to Wikipedia: "Willa Sibert Cather (December – April Bons Romans, My Antonia, Robert Frost Poems, Willa Cather, Best Novels, Writers And Poets, Book Authors, A Team, Fiction

For the First Time in More Than 20 Years, Copyrighted Works Will Enter the Public Domain

A beloved Robert Frost poem is among the many creations that are (finally) losing their protections in 2019

The Quaker Dwarf Who Challenged Slavery, Meat-Eating, and Racism This 1790 portrait of Benjamin Lay, by William Williams and his apprentice, depicts Lay in front of his cave. The basket of vegetables beside him is a hint of his vegetarianism. Racial Equality, Great Awakening, Destin, Environmentalist, His Travel, History Books, History Class, Family History, Historian

Give this environmentally conscious abolitionist his rightful place in history. "In his time Lay may have been the most radical person on the planet. "

Fans have been marking the death of horror writer HP Lovecraft 75 years ago. He has gone on to influence a generation of writers. Hp Lovecraft, Lovecraft Cthulhu, Lovecraftian Horror, Evil Villains, Found Art, Dark Memes, Gothic Horror, Weird Facts, Strange Facts

‘Creepypasta’ is how the internet learns our fears – Will Wiles | Aeon Essays

With a flood of dark memes and viral horror stories, the internet is mapping the contours of modern fear

An image of James Shinn, book thief. James Richards, College Library, Book Of Life, Bibliophile, So Little Time, Professor, Book Worms, Writer, Author

The Rare-Book Thief Who Looted College Libraries in the '80s

By passing as a professor, James Richard Shinn made off with over $100,000 worth of books.

Powassan Virus: New Test Reveals Rare Tick-Borne Disease More Dangerous Than Lyme Richard Gere, Natural Tick Repellent, Merck Manual, Deer Ticks, Tick Bite, Mosquitos, Lymph Nodes, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis

House orders Pentagon to review if it exposed Americans to weaponised ticks

A New Jersey lawmaker suggests the government turned ticks and insects into bioweapons to spread disease and possibly released them

David Bacon – was an American film actor. He died of stab wounds, his murder has never been solved. Upon hearing of her husband's death, his pregnant wife, singer Greta Keller, collapsed. Their child was stillborn. Celebrity Scandal, Child Actors, True Crime, In Hollywood, American History, Actors & Actresses, Movie Tv, Bacon, Mystery

Who killed the Masked Marvel?

David Bacon played a crime-fighting superhero on screen, but the villain who murdered the actor in broad daylight has remained a Hollywood mystery for more than 75 years.

Truus Oversteegen, her younger sister, Freddie, and law student Hannie Schaft were among a handful of young women who took on clandestine roles to destabilize Nazis during World War II. Shiny Eyes, Dengue Fever, Riot Police, Rugby World Cup, Baghdad, Second World, Picture Show, World War Ii, Troops

The teenage girls who flirted with Nazis before luring them into woods and shooting them

Red lipstick and shiny eye shadow were unlikely but important weapons deployed by members of the Dutch resistance when taking on Nazi soldiers. Freddie and Truus Oversteegen, two sisters, and their best friend Hannie Schaft would put on their best clothes and fastidiously apply their make-up before going into bars to seek out unsuspecting targets.

News world news bbc news cnn news sport news China gene-edited baby experiment 'may have created unintended mutations' - The Guardian Baby Design, Fertility Doctor, Born In China, News China, Social Stigma, Hiv Positive, National Institutes Of Health, Health, Scene

50 years from now, what does the world that practices this regularly, look like? Chinese Scientist Claims to Use Crispr to Make First Genetically Edited Babies - The New York Times

Inside the Travis Hill High School at the New Orleans Jail The Marshall, Teaching Kids, New Orleans, High School, Movies, Ideas, Design, Films, Grammar School

A Rare Look Inside One of the Only High Schools at an Adult Jail

Can a violent adult jail teach kids to love school?

What Could Have Entered the Public Domain on January Anti Intellectualism, Download Sheet Music, Foreign Words, Musical Composition, Scientific Articles, Beatles Songs, Dream Library, Duke University, The Beach Boys

Public Domain Day 2020 Pre-1976 | Duke University School of Law

What Could Have Entered the Public Domain on January 1, 2020?

Scientists are searching for a mirror universe. It could be sitting right in front of you.At Oak Ridge National Laboratory in eastern Tennessee, physicist Leah Broussard is trying to open a portal to. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Mirror Universe, Nuclear Physics, Planetary Science, Parallel Universe, Mystery Of History, Astrophysics, Dark Matter, Interesting Reads

Scientists are searching for a mirror universe. It could be sitting right in front of you.

At Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, physicist Leah Broussard is planning experiments to reveal the existence of a mirror universe, or mirrorverse.

When daylight saving time begins and ends, it falls to Marvin Schneider, New York’s official clock master, to reset some of the grandest public clocks in the city. New York S, New York Times, Ny Times, New York City, Daylight Savings Time Begins, Art Of Man, The Man, Clocks, New York

The Man Who Turns Back New York City’s Clocks, Hand by Hand - The New York Times

Let's not forget a change to Rule 41 happened just last December. Rule 41 The FBI Just Got Unlimited Power To Hack Any Computer In The World Facts About America, Federal Bureau, Fbi Director, Department Of Justice, Smoking Weed, Juventus Logo, Law Enforcement, Investigations, Obama

FBI issues warning to parents about toys spying on their kids

An FBI public service announcement details the steps parents should take in order to ensure that smart toys aren't exposing our children to risk.