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In the early 20th century, labor unrest and strike breaking were done not by the government, by private agencies and self-appointed vigilantes.
More than one marine species is named for the beloved evergreens.
These small marine pests have been eating our ships for millennia, forcing us to keep building better boats throughout history.
The best-selling musical artist in the world in 1969, Johnny Cash sang of (and for) the "forgotten Americans": the imprisoned men of all races.
Mexico created its national parks system in the 1930s. Today, hundreds of thousands of people live, and work, within its boundaries.
For eleven days in February and March 1717, New England was hit with four major snowstorms. The devastation struck some as a sign from God.
Gender roles in Edo Japan recognized an in-between position for young men, called Wakashu, that was erased as Japan westernized.
Food is complicated. That creation you love from "The Great British Baking Show? It's been the subject of arguments over culture, identity and copyright.
Hey, at least we’re not trying to track down frankincense and myrrh.