Ok, here is some really good macabre for ya: researchers have dug up the remains of Nicholas and Alexandra and are “taking samples” for a new probe into their murders.
Meanwhile, researchers have found bone shards that they believe are from the woman that was the subject of Mona Lisa.
And then there is this: it seems that they have found the remains of pre-Roman inhabitants of Pompeii.
And getting away from all the corpses:
The Pope’s speech to Congress today was in and of itself historic, but in it he dealt a bit in US history—invoking our history of immigration, as well as MLK, and Lincoln.
And lastly, Sean Wilentz has responded to all the critics. What do you think?