Why we’re forgetting the Holocaust

Why we’re forgetting the Holocaust

A scary new survey released on Holocaust Remembrance Day purported to show that Americans are forgetting the atrocities of the Holocaust. What it really showed, however, was that Americans don’t learn enough to forget in the first place. The poll, conducted by…

Scientists have figured out why we have eyebrows

Scientists have figured out why we have eyebrows

When we look back at the fossilized remains of our human ancestors it’s easy to see the resemblance. The prehistoric peoples that roamed the Earth hundreds of millions of years ago were similar in body composition to modern humans, but there are…

We fell in love in a concentration camp

We fell in love in a concentration camp

They had everything going against their romance. But Max and Hanne Liebmann escaped incredible obstacles — separation, serious illness and the horrors of the Nazis — to fall in love in a most unlikely place: a concentration camp. Now, as the Queens…

Secrets revealed in King Tut’s armor

Secrets revealed in King Tut’s armor

Tutankhamun was a battle-hardened warrior and not merely a sickly boy-king, new research suggests. Specialized photography uncovered signs of battle scars on the 18-year-old pharaoh’s 3,000-year-old leather war armor. A University of Northampton researcher worked with a TV crew during the filming…