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Miami’s Secret Native American Burial Mound

The Tequesta burial mound in El Portal, FL is not well known outside of the small village in which it is located. But it should...

VIDEO: Go Inside The Oldest Building In The Western Hemisphere. And...

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WATCH: A Confederate Flag Does “Fly” Over Miami Too

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Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Is The Biggest Badass In American History

The Civil War is inarguably full of badasses. From generals like Ulysses S. Grant to spies and medics like Harriet Tubman and Clara Barton, they’re...

Post-truth politics actually dates back to Aristotle

By Kevin Morrell Following Donald Trump’s inauguration as President the world is anticipating a new, and potentially radically different era for the US. The inauguration also prompts...

Infographic: A Timeline Of The Japanese Attack On Pearl Harbor

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History Under Threat: Could We Be Near The End Of Street...

By Jessie Pang The Millennial Intel In This Story:  -The Central’s Graham Street Market has been in operation for 140 years. -It has survived Japanese Occupation and decades of...

What The Election Of Florida’s Racist, Conspiracy Believing Governor In 1916...

By Patricia Ray A successful businessman with no political experience decides to run for office and finds success while taping into populist sentiment. Sound like a...

The Infamous Borgia Family Is Still Around And More Important Than...

By Nate Nkumbu Popes by natures are supposed to be holy men, ordained by God and the church to lead the Catholic faith. Not every pope...

Ten Reasons Abe Lincoln Would Be Rolling Over in His Grave...

By Andrew Feinberg President Teddy Roosevelt put a portrait of Lincoln in the oval office and, when confronted with a problem, would ask, “What would Lincoln do?” Today, the answer,...