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Trending on Britannica: World War II (1939-1945), involving the Axis powers—Germany, Italy, and Japan—and the Allies—France, Great Britain, the United States, the Soviet Union, and, to a lesser extent, China.

World War II | 1939-1945

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Did You Know: The attack on Pearl Harbor was just one element of a larger Japanese offensive that was unfolding that day. #pearlharbor #pearlharbor75 #december7

75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

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Trending on Britannica: The Taiping Rebellion, a radical political and religious upheaval that was probably the most important event in China in the 19th century.

Taiping Rebellion | Chinese history

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Demystified: The terms "speed" and "velocity" are often used interchangeably, but are they actually the same thing?

What's the Difference Between Speed and Velocity?

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On this day: December 7th, 1941, the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor propels the United States into World War Two. This animated infographic takes you to Hawaii on that fateful morning, telling the story of the Attack on Pearl Harbor by the numbers. #pearlharbor #pearlharbor75 #december7
Jayalalitha Jayaram, an Indian film star who became a formidable political leader in Tamil Nadu state, died on December 5 at the age of 68.

Jayalalitha Jayaram | Indian actress and politician

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Jayalalitha Jayaram, an Indian film star who became a formidable political leader in Tamil Nadu state, died on December 5 at the age of 68.

Jayalalitha Jayaram | Indian actress and politician

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Did You Know: Much of the coral in the Great Barrier Reef reproduces at the same time, once a year.
Trending on Britannica: The Opium Wars, two armed conflicts in China in the mid-19th century between the forces of Western countries and of the Qing dynasty, which ruled China from 1644 to 1911/12.

Opium Wars | Chinese history

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On This Day: In 1484, Innocent VIII condemned witchcraft via papal bull, and subsequently he dispatched inquisitors to Germany to try witches and persecuted a chief exponent of Renaissance Platonism, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola.

Innocent VIII | pope

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Map Monday: The Northwest Passage is the historical sea passage of the North American continent. It represents centuries of effort to find a route westward from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean through the Arctic Archipelago of what became Canada.

To learn more, read Britannica's article about the Northwest Passage. [ Britannica.com Link ]
In the News: Construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) has halted as the Army Corps of Engineers denies the DAPL permit.

Army Corps of Engineers Denies DAPL Permit

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Fun Fact: While the public’s attention focuses most often on the end of prohibition, it is important to note that the Twenty-first Amendment also granted states greater leeway in regulating alcohol within and across their borders. Transportation and importation of alcohol could be regulated by the states as long as they did not violate the commerce clause of the Constitution. #RepealDay

Twenty-first Amendment | United States Constitution

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Is an F1 tornado the most powerful? Is a typhoon a kind of cyclone? From earthquakes to volcanic eruptions, let your mind spin while learning more about natural disasters in this quiz.

Natural Disasters: Fact or Fiction?

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Trending on Britannica: The Chinese philosopher Confucius.

Confucius | Chinese philosopher

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On This Day: Walt Disney, born in Chicago in 1901, pioneered animated cartoon films, created such beloved characters as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, and founded what is now one of the world's largest entertainment conglomerates.

Walt Disney | American film producer

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Spotlight: Exploring the history of the California Gold Rush.

Gold Fever

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In the News: Incumbent Yahya Jammeh, president of The Gambia since 1994, was defeated in the country's presidential election by Adama Barrow.

Shocking Election Defeat in The Gambia

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Spotlight: It's the 250th anniversary of the first freedom-of-the-press law.

250 Years of Press Freedom

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Size isn’t everything. These Lilliputian creatures, the smallest in their respective taxonomic groups, show that diminution has its advantages.

7 of the Smallest Animals

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