José Rubén Arango Rodríguez
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Maybe Rats Aren't to Blame for the Black Death
A provocative new study suggests that medieval plagues spread via fleas and lice on people.
See Why Japanese Women Are Paying to Cry with a 'Handsome' Man
In a society that values emotional suppression, see how this attractive man is being paid to make you weep.
New 'Rainbow' Dinosaur May Have Sparkled Like a Hummingbird
The duck-size animal found in China had iridescent plumage all over its head and chest.
What If Martin Luther King Jr. Was Never Assassinated?
In weighing the question, historians unravel how Americans construct King’s legacy—and how we conceive of civil rights in our own time.
Meet the Teen Who Snuck Aboard a Polar Expedition
The 17-year-old made increasingly daring attempts to join Richard Byrd’s 1928 Antarctic voyage.
Chickens Prefer Attractive People
The barnyard bird is a lot smarter than you think.
Big-Eyed, Fluffy-Tailed Lemur Species Discovered
The newly identified dwarf lemur is smaller than a squirrel and lives in rainforest canopies.
Ancient Throne and Ceremonial Hall Unearthed in Peru
The two-chambered complex would have held Moche ceremonies.
10 Weird Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the Milky Way
Sarlaccs might live in a galaxy far, far away, but our star-studded home has plenty of its own strange wonders.
See the Abandoned WWII Base on Greenland Leaking Toxic Waste
Bluie East Two was a U.S. Air Force base in Greenland in 1941. So why is it still there?
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