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Chance of severe weather for much of North Texas Wednesday night

The biggest threat from these storms are rain, hail, high winds, and slight chances for an isolated tornado. → Read More

Winter weather arrives in North Texas with snow, record cold temps in the forecast

North Texas is in for a couple of wild days of winter weather. The ice on Wednesday is just the beginning. → Read More

Be Prepared: Forecast calls for temps in the teens, possible snow

Tuesday will be the last day for temperatures in the 40s for a long time. Serious cold weather is heading our way! → Read More

Parts of North Texas could get some wintry mix Thursday night, into Friday

Westerns portions of North Texas could see some wintry mix overnight on New Year’s Eve. → Read More

Rush hour rain leads to traffic trouble in North Texas

Heavy rain and high water caused some typical trouble spots in North Texas Wednesday morning. → Read More

Brrr! Cold front arrives in North Texas

North Texas residents should prepare for a cold, unpleasant day. → Read More

The Floating White House: A Brief History of the Presidential Yacht

Before there was Air Force One, there was the presidential yacht. → Read More

Why Lincoln Wanted an Italian Freedom Fighter to Lead His Army

Giuseppe Garibaldi is best known for helping to Italy, but he came very close to taking another notable assignment, → Read More

America’s Forgotten Swedish Colony

For nearly 20 years in the 17th century, Sweden had a little-known colony that spanned parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. → Read More

Why Arab Scholar Ibn Battuta is the Greatest Explorer of all Time

In the 14th century, the Moroccan wanderer Ibn Battuta spent nearly 30 years traveling some 75,000 miles across Africa, the Middle East, India and Southeast Asia. → Read More

Why Arab Scholar Ibn Battuta is the Greatest Explorer of all Time

In the 14th century, the Moroccan wanderer Ibn Battuta spent nearly 30 years traveling some 75,000 miles across Africa, the Middle East, India and Southeast Asia. → Read More

How Many U.S. Presidents Owned Slaves?

The United States may have been founded on the idea that all men are created equal, but during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, slave... → Read More

The World’s Most Catastrophic Floods, in Photos

Floods were considered a blessing by certain civilizations—the Egyptians relied on the Nile’s yearly overflow for fertile soil—but t... → Read More

The World’s Most Catastrophic Floods, in Photos

Floods were considered a blessing by certain civilizations—the Egyptians relied on the Nile’s yearly overflow for fertile soil—but they also... → Read More

10 Fashion Trends You Didn’t Know Were Started by World Leaders

Fashion has always played a role in politics. Monarchs and heads of state have used clothing to cultivate an image, and in some cases their ... → Read More

8 Parties So Wild They Made It Into History Books

Few civilizations knew how to tie one on better than the Egyptians. Credit: Bettmann/Getty Images According to archaeological research at t... → Read More

7 Early Daredevils Who Risked Their Lives for Glory

Sam Patch Sam Patch. (Credit: Wikicommons) Rhode Island native Sam Patch had a hardscrabble upbringing as a child laborer in a cotton mill,... → Read More

Who were the Sea Peoples?

For nearly a century in the second millennium B.C., a mysterious band of maritime warriors known as the “Sea Peoples” wreaked havoc on the M... → Read More

The Strange Tale of New York’s Forgotten Subway

On October 27, 1904, the Interborough Rapid Transit Company opened the first line of what is now the New York City subway system. For the co... → Read More

The Strange Saga of the 27th Amendment

It was first proposed in 1789, but it took 200 years and a campaign by a Texas university student before it was finally ratified. → Read More