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13 things you didn’t know about Queen Elizabeth II’s marriage

13 things you didn’t know about Queen Elizabeth II’s marriage

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh are one of the planet’s most enduring “old married couples.” Find out the secrets behind their lasting love.
15 U.S. presidential mysteries that were never solved

15 U.S. presidential mysteries that were never solved

Not even presidents of the United States are immune to suspicious circumstances or curious conundrums.
Talk about hiding in plain sight…each of these secret spots can be found in a famous landmark you may have visited.

13 secret chambers inside famous landmarks

Talk about hiding in plain sight…each of these secret spots can be found in a famous landmark you may have visited.
8 iconic figures whose identities remain a mystery

8 iconic figures whose identities remain a mystery

There are more theories about these people than there are facts.
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13 world-changing ideas that came from dreams (literally)

13 world-changing ideas that came from dreams (literally)

From classic novels to scientific breakthroughs to box-office blockbusters, some of our most important innovations were inspired by our subconscious.
12 audio tracks we've sent into deep space

12 audio tracks we've sent into deep space

If there are aliens out there, these are the earthly audio recordings we’re hoping they will hear.
16 things you never knew were invented by women

16 things you never knew were invented by women

You can thank these brilliant female minds for making the world what it is today.
The scariest movies of all time

The scariest movies of all time

We sorted through the scariest movies out there and picked the most ghoulish and jaw-dropping horror films. Sleep tight.
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The only ways you should be using a semicolon

The only ways you should be using a semicolon

The semicolon is the comma's first cousin, but it works a little bit harder; it also makes you look smarter
Gangster wrap: Life on The Rock with Al Capone

Gangster wrap: Life on The Rock with Al Capone

Originally published in 1938, this is the account of one of the prisoners at the infamous Alcatraz prison, who just happened to be an inmate at the same time as Al Capone
The Making of a Monarch

The Making of a Monarch

In 1952, upon the death of her father, the young Elizabeth Alexandra May Windsor became Queen Elizabeth II. Sixteen months of intricate preparations led to her coronation – an event of supreme pomp and ceremony that heralded the beginning of a new Elizabethan Age, as citizens across the world emerged from the shadows of war into an era of confidence and prosperity. Travel with us back to the pages of Reader’s Digest 1952, when we gave readers a glimpse of the ultimate royal party planners in full flight.

7 Mysteries of the Mona Lisa

As the most famous painting in the world, the Mona Lisa draws more than six million admirers to the Louvre each year. Just what is her peculiar power?
Show Your Love Classic American Muscle Cars On Your Wrist

Show Your Love Of Classic American Muscle Cars On Your Wrist

Calling all classic car aficionados! This innovative company is turning scrap parts from 1960s-era Ford Mustangs into super-stylish timepieces.

Winnie, Whiskers and a Word of Wisdom

Winnie, Whiskers and a Word of Wisdom

A boy on the cusp of manhood is inspired by meeting Winston Churchill.

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