These women were prolific in the 19th century but forgotten in the history books.
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Gin was originally a medicine so that means a G&T is good for you, right?
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But there is still time to change our tune.
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Many archeologists and historians are not happy.
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Locals spotted the head of the 12-foot statue poking out of the lake.
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Women used to pull their eyelashes out to draw more attention to their foreheads. 😳
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Despite what the officers may have recorded.
Labor MP Anne Aly issues a rallying call for minorities within minorities.
The prison was closed in 1991 for breaches to human rights.
Underwater video offers a stunning tour inside the wreckage of a freighter that sank in 1884.
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Scientists believe they have gotten one step closer to cracking the mystery of Amelia Earhart's 1937 disappearance. Measurements indicate that a partial skeleton found on a remote Pacific island in 19...
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The slab had been encased in marble since at least 1555.
If this month's Elena Ferrante–related news has taught us anything about our reading habits, it's that we're obse ed with authorship. The woman behind the popular Neapolitan novels wished to rem...