In the News
Wilma Mankiller, First Female Cherokee Nation Chief, Still Inspires Today
Nov. 28 By Julie Reed
You Know the Kilo. Now Say Hello to the Quetta!
Nov. 23 By Alia Hoyt
Can Red Flag Laws Help Prevent Mass Killings?
Nov. 22 By Patrick J. Kiger
Marvel's 'Wakanda Forever' Pays Homage to Mesoamerican Cultures
Nov. 18 By Julian C. Chambliss
Leading Scientists Name 10 Essential Climate Issues for COP27
Nov. 14 By Meghie Rodrigues
The World Hits 8 Billion People; Is That Good or Bad?
Nov. 14 By Jasmine Fledderjohann, Melanie Channon
How Pi Works
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Native American History
Plains Indians Tell Their Stories Through Ledger Art
Plains Indian men kept historical records of their tribes in art. First with petroglyphs and pictographs and then on buffalo hides. When the white man came, they moved their art to ledger books.
It's About Time
Does One Dripping Faucet Really Prevent Frozen Pipes?
When temperatures drop below freezing, homeowners are advised to leave one tap dripping overnight. But does this advice hold up, or is it kind of leaky?