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International law says Putin’s war against Ukraine is illegal. Does that matter?
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is illegal.
The new Lord of the Rings prequel, The Rings of Power, is set in the Second Age of Middle-Earth – here’s what that means
Amazon Studios will launch its Lord of the Rings prequel TV series in September
Why are some Roman Catholic saints called doctors of the church?
In January 2022, Pope Francis bestowed the title doctor of the church on St. Irenaeus of Lyons, a Christian bishop who died about A.D. 200.
Ancient Americans made art deep within the dark zones of caves throughout the Southeast
“Ancient cave art has long been one of the most compelling of all artifacts from the human past, fascinating both to scientists and to the public at large.”
More guns, pandemic stress and a police legitimacy crisis created perfect conditions for homicide spike in 2020
Homicides in the U.S. spiked by almost 30% in 2020.
How conservative comic Greg Gutfeld overtook Stephen Colbert in ratings to become the most popular late-night TV host
“Gutfeld!” is on Fox News, the cable channel known for partisan, right-wing political perspectives and news commentary. But it has all the markers of late-night comedy, too.
Should teens taking ADHD, anxiety and depression drugs consume energy drinks and coffee?
Monster, Red Bull and other energy drinks are commonly marketed to teens as a way to boost stamina, physical performance and alertness.
How many satellites are orbiting Earth?
Thousands of the satellites orbiting Earth are small.