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The Ladies in White Live On

Fidel Castro is dead. But the Ladies in White live on. Yoani Sanchez, one of the strongest voices for freedom in Cuba, tells about the...

Doing Your Research Right

  I’m not sure what historical novelists did before the advent of the Internet. What takes a matter of minutes to discover on the Internet...

Christ’s Burial Place Exposed for First Time in Centuries

"For the first time in centuries, scientists have exposed the original surface of what is traditionally considered the tomb of Jesus Christ," says an...

The Men Who Wouldn’t Stop Clapping

The audience exploded into applause. Every person in the room jumped up and began to wildly clap, as if racing each other to see...

Infernal Machines, Part 3

Some called it a murdering machine. But the question was: Who faced the greatest risk from this machine—the enemy or the men operating it? Eight...

Hobbits and World War I

The world-famous fantasy epic, Lord of the Rings, might never have been written if the author had not come down with a fever. The author...

The Survivors’ Stairs

Thirty-eight steps saved the life of Kayla Bergeron—and hundreds of other people. Bergeron says she was working on the 68th floor of the North Tower...

Raiders of the Lost Notebook

The "Lost Notebook" sounds like something that Indiana Jones would pursue through jungles and across sands. But for mathematicians worldwide, the quest for this...

How Many Words Should You Write Per Day?

I’m not sure how he did it, but the late Michael Crichton supposedly wrote 10,000 words a day, which is the equivalent of about...

VeggieTales, the Bunny Song, and King Nebuchadnezzar

You may recall the classic VeggieTales video, Rack, Shack, and Benny, where the scheming zucchini, Nezzer, sings the infamous “Bunny Song.” Who can forget...