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Amelia Earhart

Researchers are still trying to figure out what happened to aviator Amelia Earhart, who disappeared while flying over the South Pacific in 1937.

18 1/2 Minutes of Watergate Tapes

Rose Mary Woods, the loyal secretary of President Richard Nixon, took responsibility for erasing tape that was crucial to the Watergate investigation.

Jimmy Hoffa

Prosecutors in Michigan say authorities are calling off their latest search for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa, the long-missing former Teamsters boss.

Your Luggage

Travelling without luggage can be a major inconvenience, but for commentator Bill Harley, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise.

The Lost City of Atlantis

Slate senior editor Andy Bowers explains the myths surrounding the lost city of Atlantis, a metropolis mentioned in ancient texts.

Waldo

Artist Melanie Coles has plastered a 2,300-square-foot Waldo on a roof in Vancouver. Now she’s waiting for Google Earth satellites to pick him up.

Waldo

After three years of searching for the Apollo 11 tapes, NASA concluded that the footage of the first manned moon landing is probably lost forever.

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