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- The Huddle
After Warsaw Pact troops invaded Czechoslovakia, the country responded by turning hockey into an alternate form of protest.
- True Story
Kathryn Schroeder went to Chernobyl. And all she got was a set of lousy superpowers? Yeah, something like that.
Northern Europe may have an obscure monk to thank for its favorite holiday food.
Royals bought Cora Pearl castles, funded her gambling and lavished her with jewels. Too bad it couldn’t last.
When he was 41, the most famous monk on the planet got married, and a second reformation began.
In 1927, faced with German submarines, the British Navy resorted to a new form of camouflage, aka dazzle camo, designed to confuse rather than conceal.
Just as punk was becoming passé in America, Los Ramones hit the big-time in an unexpected place.