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Charles Manson Cause of Death: How Did the Notorious Cult Leader Die?
Manson had been hospitalized in January with an unnamed condition described as "serious."
Will Angela Merkel Fall? Trump's German Sparring Partner Is Struggling to Form a Government
On Sunday night, a small centrist party threw German politics into disarray.
Historic Pictures Of Queen Elizabeth II And Prince Philip Show 70 Years Of Marriage Ahead Of Anniversary
The pair, who married on November 20, 1947, first met when Elizabeth was 13.
Huge Underwater Castle With Ancient ‘Fairy Chimneys’ Discovered at the Bottom of Turkey’s Lake Van
The castle likely dates from the reign of the ancient Urartu Kingdom.
Can You Overdose on Marijuana? Baby Becomes First Ever Death from Ingesting Too Much Cannabis, Doctors Claim
No death from a marijuana overdose has ever been proven, according to the FDA.
Ancient Skeleton Of Largest Woolly Mammoth In Private Hands On Sale In France
It could be yours for about the price of a small apartment in Brooklyn.
Prince William Wants to Stop Bullying On Facebook and Snapchat In Nine Easy Steps
The second-in-line to the British throne has outlined a nine-point plan.
A Leonardo Da Vinci Portrait Of Jesus Bought For $10,000 At An Estate Sale Has Just Become The Most Expensive Painting Ever
It took substantial work for the painting to reach its current value.
Donald Trump Might Not Agree With Michael Bloomberg and Jerry Brown on Climate Change, But Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron Do
Jerry Brown and Michael Bloomberg founded "America's Pledge" after Trump decided to pull America out of the Paris climate deal.
Antarctica: NASA Images Show Iceberg the Size of Delaware Floating Away From Larsen C Ice Shelf
Images also help NASA work out what's going on beneath the ice.
Where Is Same-Sex Marriage Legal? Here Are the Best and Worst Countries in the World for Gay Rights
LGBT activists are celebrating in Australia after the country voted in favor of same-sex marriage.
The 1 Percent Now Have Half the World’s Wealth
The share belonging to the richest has been skyrocketing since the global financial crisis, a report warns.
Good News Donald Trump, You Don't Have to Be Very Smart to Be a Good Leader
Researchers found that people with IQs above a certain level tended to be less effective leaders.
Next King Of England? Prince Charles, At 69, Takes Over Key Duties From Queen
One major milestone came on Sunday at the annual remembrance day ceremony.
Why Are 22,000 People Desperately Tracking This British Politician’s U.K.-Bound Flight?
British politics can be dreary nowadays, which might explain the flight of fancy.
Donald Trump Was a Hero to Europe’s Far Right, But They Still Can’t Win Office
American partisanship makes politics in the U.S. very different.
Eggs Get A Choice Of Sperm In Sea Urchin Sex
The process can lead to the creation of whole new species.
Stag With ‘Antlers Like Knives’ Gores French Hunter to Death in Rare Attack
"The antlers of the stag are like many knives piercing you; there is nothing you can do," a leading hunter said.
Sleep Deprivation Disrupts Brain Activity as Much as Alcohol By Causing Mental Glitches And Lapses
The team of researchers plans further tests, including some that dig in more detail into the benefits of sleep.
End Of Europe? German Army Predicts Bloc Could Collapse By 2040
The bloc is experiencing immediate-term stability, but there are plenty of underlying risks.
Kevin Spacey Sex Assault Allegation Probed By London Police
The actor spent a substantial amount of time in London when he was artistic director of the Old Vic theater.
Prince William Is Worried There Are Just Too Many People in the World
The Duke of Cambridge said new ideas were needed on how to manage water resources and the grazing of animals.
Peyronie's Disease: Curved Penis Makes Men at Higher Risk of Cancer
Peyronie's disease leads to a 40 percent higher risk of testicular cancer.
Ancient Egyptian Tomb of Pregnant Singer Discovered at Temple of Goddess Near King Solomon’s Mines
The woman was pregnant and in her early 20s.
#MeToo Sexual Assault and Harassment Scandal in British Parliament Causes Defense Minister to Resign
The British defense minister has resigned over the allegations, but people speaking out are calling for culture change and better processes for reporting abuse.