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Waterbeds have been around a lot longer than you might think. Join Myke and Stephen as they dive into the world of nighttime waves.
In 1996, history was made when a research team in Scotland cloned the first animal from genetic material harvested from an adult mammal.
Paris is a beautiful destination for millions of tourists a year, but for some of them, it's a nightmare. And Paris isn't even the only city with its own syndrome.
They're small, chewy, colorful and tasty. What's not to love?
On April 17, 2013, the town of West, Texas was home to a tragedy.
In Norway, there is a building that contains a backup of the world's crops. The teams there are ready to help save humanity if things go sideways with the world's food supply.
The Great Molasses Flood could be the most famous non-water flood to have ever taken place, but there are several others that may sweep you off your feet.
There are several treaties that manage what countries — and companies — can do in outer space. Some of them are more useful than others.
In the wake of World War II, the U.S. continued its nuclear research. In that period, a single nuclear core was at the center of two fatal accidents.
From a small park in Texas to a sprawling corporation that then underwent bankruptcy, this is the story of Six Flags.