10 Terrifying Tales About History’s Most Corrupt Leader

Suharto ruled Indonesia for 31 years, and he managed to take some $35 billion from his country in the process. According to Transparency International, that statistically makes him the most corrupt leader in history—and, by extension, the most corrupt human being to have ever lived. Yet his disturbing and complex …

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Top 10 Most Notorious Cases Of Police Brutality

The information age, in conjunction with everybody videotaping everybody else, has produced an interesting time in which to live. While news networks do focus exclusively on the major stories from time to time, plenty of days see rapid-fire series of events; each more interesting than the last. “Obama just spent …

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10 Crazy Consequences Of America’s Dirtiest Election

A petition signed by over three million people is asking the Electoral College to change their votes from Trump to Clinton. It’s a crazy and dangerous idea—but it’s not unprecedented. We’ve done this before.In 1824, John Quincy Adams became president even though he lost the election. It was as bad …

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Cómo se puedes proteger tu Mac del sobrecalentamiento?

Si tu Apple Mac se está sobrecalentando, es posible que estés preocupándote en este momento. Es angustiante tener un Mac con un error de software. Afortunadamente, no es tan malo como piensas. Este artículo te enseñará qué hacer si crees que tu Mac se está sobrecalentando. El sobrecalentamiento puede dañar …

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10 Crazy Pieces Of Historical Underwear

Fashion has never been straightforward or logical. In fact, it has often been downright weird. Clothing and styles have changed through the centuries, including something that we regard as completely normal and commonplace today: underwear. So pull up your underpants, and get ready for 10 crazy pieces of historical underwear …

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9 Ways We’re Betraying Our Veterans

We in the West have been at war for over a decade now, and our commitment to bombing faraway countries has resulted in a lot of our soldiers coming back with brutal memories of combat. Now, in an ideal society, those who risked their lives for their country would be …

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