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Astounding 1800s portraits capture the diverse subjects of the Russian Empire

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An Afro-Abkhazian mountaineer.

Image: Library of Congress

In 1864, young Ohioan George Kennan joined a crew of explorers scouting a possible telegraph route from the Bering Strait across Siberia to Europe as an alternative to a cable across the Atlantic.

After Kennan spent two years surveying frigid wilderness and encountering myriad indigenous peoples, the planned telegraph was abandoned with the completion of the Atlantic cable.

A devastated Kennan returned to the US with nothing but his…

Astounding 1800s portraits capture the diverse subjects of the Russian Empire

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An Afro-Abkhazian mountaineer.

Image: Library of Congress

In 1864, young Ohioan George Kennan joined a crew of explorers scouting a possible telegraph route from the Bering Strait across Siberia to Europe as an alternative to a cable across the Atlantic.

After Kennan spent two years surveying frigid wilderness and encountering myriad indigenous peoples, the planned telegraph was abandoned with the completion of the Atlantic cable.

A devastated Kennan returned to the US with nothing but his…

Astounding 1800s portraits capture the diverse subjects of the Russian Empire

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An Afro-Abkhazian mountaineer.

Image: Library of Congress

In 1864, young Ohioan George Kennan joined a crew of explorers scouting a possible telegraph route from the Bering Strait across Siberia to Europe as an alternative to a cable across the Atlantic.

After Kennan spent two years surveying frigid wilderness and encountering myriad indigenous peoples, the planned telegraph was abandoned with the completion of the Atlantic cable.

A devastated Kennan returned to the US with nothing but his…







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Watch the Women’s March on Washington streamed in 360 degrees on Facebook

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The Women’s March on Washington is already proving to be a historic event, with the massive number of marchers from around the country far outpacing the attendance of Friday’s inauguration event in Washington, D.C.

Everyone’s favourite ‘Simpsons’ boss Hank Scorpio gets a punk theme song

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Hank Scorpio, the much-loved boss of Globex Corporation from The Simpsons, is quite possibly the TV show’s greatest ever guest character.

Now there’s a punk cover of Scorpio’s Goldfinger-esque theme song, which is heard during the end credits of the episode “You Only Move Twice.”

It’s called “Scorpio” and is part of a release dubbed Worst Tribute Ever by Australian musician Dan Cribb, which covers some incredible…

Here’s what ‘Fire Emblem’ looks like on mobile

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Nintendo revealed its next mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes in a Nintendo Direct live stream today, bringing the classic fantasy action RPG to smartphones for the first time.

‘Star Trek Discovery’ is still boldly going — we just don’t know when

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The new Star Trek ship seems to be having some trouble getting out of the hangar.

Star Trek Discovery, a star-crossed project that was set to premiere on CBS’ digital “All-Access” platform in May, has had its launch window delayed indefinitely, according to CBS.

Brainiac is pulling superheroes’ strings in new ‘Injustice 2′ trailer

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Things are stirring up in the DC universe with the latest Injustice 2 trailer revealing some of the story behind the superhero fighting game coming in March.

After the world-changing events of the first Injustice game, Tuesday’s trailer gives players some nuggets to look forward to, including the introduction of the supervillain Brainiac into the series. Brainiac is an android from another planet and has advanced mental capabilities that allow him to manipulate individuals and machines,…

How Alice’s ‘Resident Evil’ homecoming will change everything

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All good stories come full circle, so it’s no surprise that we find ourselves back with Alice in the place where it all began in Resident Evil’s last installment: The Final Chapter.

The sixth and final installment of the Resident Evil franchise is coming February 2017, and will see Alice’s final stand off with Umbrella Corp bring her right back to where the story began: Raccoon City. Since 2002 the Resident Evil film empire has grown to become the most successful film series based on a game…

‘The Young Pope’ is not here to make friends

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The Young Pope, the already-weird-sounding television show that turned out to be a tad more bizarre than initial speculation, finally premiered on HBO on Sunday.

Jude Law, partially just by nature of being Jude Law, comes off like a dude in a romantic comedy trying to convince a girl that he’s bad news. And that’s sort of what an American orphan named Lenny, who goes on to become Pius XIII at an age that is certainly not old by pope standards, is doing to the Catholic church and even God…