Tracking the chaser's final quest in El Reno, Oklahoma
The murder of 3M computer analyst Sharon Bloom will be the subject of Investigation Discovery's "Motives and Murders: Cracking the Case" Saturday night. One day in November 1989, Bloom never returned from work. Her body turned up in a cornfield 10 days later.
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Nothing fits together quite like alcohol and science. But our favorite drinking game of watching the Discovery Channel and taking a shot every time we hear "Einstein's theory of relativity" is getting a little old. Thankfully, the St. Paul Grill has a new way of combining two of our favorite interes ... More >>
TakeUp Productions once again presents a groundbreaking work in cinematic history that even advanced film scholars might not be aware of. Part of their celebration of the 20th anniversary of the founding of Milestone Films distribution house, Grass: A Nation's Battle For Life is a long forgotten ... More >>
Image via YouTubeDiscovery Channel storm chasers made tracks to MinnesotaIt now appears that there were some wild imaginations and miscounts at work last Thursday when a hellacious storm system ripped across the state, killing at least three people. Those 34 twisters we and others reported? ... More >>
[THESE DAYS] Rep. Robin Hayes (R-NC) told CNN on Wednesday that the "evidence is clear" that Iraq was involved in the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001. Rory Mayberry, a former KBR (Halliburton) food manager at Camp Anaconda in Iraq, testified on videotape from Baghda ... More >>
Escaping into the anime of the A.M. on the Cartoon Network
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Ky Michaelson has gone 180 mph on a snowmobile, hurled men off tall buildings, and blown tons of metal into the stratosphere. Are you ready for the biggest stunt of all?
Minnesota could find itself writing checks to hundreds of prisoners--thanks to a jailhouse lawyer with an eye for detail