They are creepy, sure, but they are also useful, cute and in great danger of extinction. Get a new lease on life from a new view of bats in this episode.
At its base, criminal profiling is a legitimate investigatory tool. The Supreme Court has drawn a clear line that bans profiling when it includes race. So why do we still do it?
About half of all people experience rage on a daily basis when they get behind the wheel. What is it about driving that ticks us off so badly?
In some states, it is not only your right but your duty to arrest someone you see committing a crime. Learn all about why you should basically never do that in this episode.
During World War II, Nazis invaded the United States with saboteurs bent on fomenting chaos. Three times.
In 1974, Chinese farmers discovered the first of what would number 7,000 terracotta soldiers meant to protect China's first emperor in the afterlife.
What began as a pair of teens who made a film for their grandparents has exploded into its own art form. Learn all about how stop-motion Lego films are made.
Pyramids can be found in ruins around the world, but no civilization perfected the feat of engineering like Pharaonic Egypt. Learn about the mysteries that still surround these giants.
Don't be confused - this one is about actual circus acts made of family members, not the controversial comic strip.
Did you know some of our most beloved movies originally had different, sometimes better, endings? That is until they were tested in front of focus groups.