Unusual and Uncommon Phobias
Here are 15 of the most unusual phobias.
What Were the Ninety-five Theses?
The Ninety-Five Theses, written by Martin Luther in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517, caused major reformations in the Catholic Church.
13 Major League Baseball Teams That Have Relocated
Professional sports teams are sometimes relocated from one city to another, usually for financial reasons.
Top 8 Rugby Teams
New Zealand has held the #1 spot more than 85 percent of the time since 2003.
What Is the Ethnic Composition of the Haitian Population?
Nearly 95% of Haitians are of African descent.
Countries With the Lowest Life Expectancies in Asia
Afghanistan, Syria, and Yemen have the lowest life expectancies in Asia.
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and Other Famous American Old West Gunfights
The most well-known gunfights from America's Old West.
What Are The Ahmadiyya Beliefs?
Ahmadiyya is an Islamic religious movement that was founded in Punjab, British India.
The French Revolution
The French Revolution was a defining moment in the history of France.
The World's Longest Waterslide
The water slide at Action Park in Vernon, N.J. is the world’s longest measuring in at 1,975 feet long.
What are Funeral Potatoes?
Their odd name is actually very descriptive as funeral potatoes are a potato dish usually served as a side dish at funeral dinners in the western...
Alfred Nobel - Important People Throughout History
Alfred Bernhard Nobel was a chemist, inventor, engineer, prominent businessman, and philanthropist of Swedish origin.
What was the Chinese Massacre of 1871?
The Chinese massacre of 1871, in Los Angeles, California, was the largest mass lynching in American history.
10 Creepy Urban Legends from Around the World
Although none have been proven to be true, many people continue to tell these creepy tales.
Which Are The World's Smallest Nations To Qualify In The World Cup (Soccer)
Recently, Iceland became the smallest nation to qualify in the World Cup.
The History of Zombies
Popularized by films, the zombie stems from Haitian folklore surrounding magically reanimated corpses.
Who Was Olaudah Equiano?
The autobiography of Olaudah Equiano helped to create the pivotal Slave Trade Act of 1807.
Best Selling Books
These novels have sold over 100 million copies.
Countries With The Fewest Toilets Per Capita
Only 6.7% of the population of South Sudan has access to proper sanitation facilities.