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Building something timeless wasn't his main concern.
On their menu: crops, dead mice, and dog poop.
Can one take an oath of office with one hand on anything other than a religious article? For a federal position, can a copy of the Constitution do the job? For state or other local offices, can one fulfill the “requirement” by usingShow More Summary
The promotion is over, but chain employees still appear to be scarred.
Scientists say each step we take sends a pulse of blood to the brain, leading to an “overall sense of wellbeing.”
The Outsiders, S.E. Hinton’s 1967 coming-of-age-novel, is a staple for young readers. Even if you’ve already delved into Ponyboy’s tumultuous adolescence, you can probably still learn something about the young adult classic, which was released 50 years ago today. 1. Show More Summary
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The best burgers have just two ingredients.
Writer Zoe Weiner will spend the next year traveling—and working—abroad.
It's one of many, many records held by the trailblazer.
When Nicholas Yung wouldn't sell his land to railroad baron Charles Crocker, Crocker built a 40-foot fence around his house and blotted out the sun.
“I don't care what you say about me. Just be sure to spell my name wrong.”
What started as a tragedy led to the world's most reliable space launch system.
Old-school sounds and graphics not included.
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The 200-acre micronation overlooks the Lachlan River Valley in New South Wales.
Vermont has a lot of breweries per capita, but it's not the nation's best place for a craft brew, according to these metrics.
Constellations are temporary.
Researchers used a CT scanner to watch how dolphins' oddly shaped junk fits together during sex.