• How Frigid Conditions and a Failed Execution in 17th Century England Pointed the Way To a Scientific Breakthrough

    In 1650, Anne Greene was publicly hanged and ruled dead. She was an early marvel of "suspended animation."

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    An Inside Look at One Woman's Life in the FBI Academy

    “You’re crushing my balls!” Jared whispered hoarsely into my ear as he clung to my back, my right arm between his legs,...

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