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Bill of Rights
The first ten amendments to the United States Constitution are known as the Bill of Rights. Among the rights protected are freedom of speech, the right to bare arms, and protection from unreasonable search. Although originally opposed by pro-constitution Federalists, […]
Influenza, also known as the flu, is a viral infection marked by fever, headaches, muscle aches and a cough. This year’s flu season has hit the ground running, with many more cases and deaths reported much earlier in the season […]
Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was an American poet and short-story author, known as a master of the macabre, but also credited with pioneering work in the detective genre and science fiction. Born in Boston, MA, Poe was orphaned at an […]
Winter Olympics: Lizzy Yarnold wins gold, Laura Deas takes bronze
Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold wins gold in skeleton at the Winter Olympics.
Elise Christie crashes in Olympic race
Skater Elise crashed out of her 1500 metre semi-final at the Winter Olympics.
The sporting stars for whom age is just a number
As 36-year-old Roger Federer becomes the oldest world number one, we look at other sports stars who show no sign of slowing down with age.
Trace EffectsA great game from the US government that will help you learn English while having some fun
GB's Yarnold makes Winter Olympic history
Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold defends her Winter Olympic title with gold in the skeleton, as team-mate Laura Deas takes bronze and Izzy Atkin claims a ski slopestyle bronze.
Earthquake felt across much of England and Wales
Tremors were felt in Wales and England from what is estimated to be the UK's biggest quake for 10 years.
UKIP members voted to sack embattled leader Henry Bolton
Members of UKIP vote to remove the party leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham.