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Any kid can tell you where Santa Claus is from—the North Pole. But his historical journey is even longer and more fantastic...
Shortening days and falling temperatures are heralding the arrival of winter across the Northern Hemisphere. This year, the northern winter solstice [1] falls on December
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In the mid-1800s, the term “drumstick” entered popular use to avoid the scandal of expressing desire for a bird’s lower leg. Likewise,
On Earth, we call them earthquakes, and on the moon they’re called moonquakes. On Mars [1]? They’d be marsquakes—except no one really...


4. The peace that led to the first Thanksgiving was driven by trade and tribal rivalries. Before the Wampanoag suffered losses from

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