This Week In History, Apr. 23 – 29
Declaration of Independence parchment found, Egyptian tomb reveals treasures, "hobbits" found to be human ancestors, Confederate monuments come down, first humans in North America identified.
Scientists Finally Solve Mystery Behind Antarctica’s Blood Falls
A million-year-old lake encased in ice holds the key to the strange liquid leaking out of the falls.
Americans Troll Trump By Reporting UFO Sightings To “Illegal Alien” Hotline
The VOICE hotline has been busy since its Wednesday opening, but not for reasons administrators want.
Humans Lived In North America 115,000 Years Earlier Than We Thought, New Discovery Reveals
Bones unearthed in California suggest that humans lived there 130,000 years ago, not merely 15,000.
New “Artificial Womb” May Transform The Care Of Premature Babies
A successful experiment on fetal lambs may revolutionize the ways we care for premature infants.
Wild Boars Kill ISIS Militants Just Before They Can Ambush Resistance Fighters
A group of boars killed three ISIS militants who were setting up an ambush against local tribesmen in northern Iraq on Sunday.
United Airlines Faces Another PR Crisis As “Celebrity” Rabbit Found Dead In Plane
The giant continental rabbit died sometime during its flight from London to Chicago.
Gay Population Will Be “Eliminated” By Ramadan, Chechen Leader Reportedly Says
British foreign minister claims that the Russian republic will step up its campaign of violence against homosexuals before the end of May.
Tiny Caterpillars May Be The Solution To Our Big Plastic Bag Problem, New Research Says
The tiny waxworm may hold the key to contending with one of our biggest environmental problems.
Flying Cars: Two Companies Take Preorders, Uber Talks Self-Driving Flyers
With human-operated flying cars on the horizon and self-driving ones not far behind, lawmakers scramble to set the rules of the sky.
World War Three Just Around The Corner, Texas “Mystic” Says
Horacio Villegas predicts that a catastrophic world war will commence in May.