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This is how caffeine hijacks your brain to make you feel more energized.
Even the most dedicated night owls can train themselves to become early risers.
You'll be glad you checked out today's morning links!
The picturesque speck of land is home to a craggy green coast, spectacular sea views, and an ill-fated lighthouse.
People are consistently bad at identifying manipulated images, according to new research.
Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 282nd installment in the series.
The Guardian is designed to capture the hordes of lionfish devastating reefs and fish populations in the Atlantic Ocean.
Astronaut John Young's practical joke was rather crumb-y.
Scientists hope enlarging the gene pool will give our bees a fighting chance.
'The X-Files: Cold Cases' is out there. You just have to listen.
Deadly dust storms could return to the Great Plains by the end of the century.
The groundbreaking primatologist changed our understanding of what it means to be human.
The residence hall is slated for renovations, so the vibrant artworks are only temporary.
There's a lot of science behind that seemingly random number.
Meet the Hurricane Hunters.
From 'The Americans' to the inmates of Oswald State, the streaming service has something binge-worthy for everybody.
The skeleton is suspended from the main entrance hall's ceilings, providing visitors with a 360-degree view of the largest animal ever known to have lived on Earth.
Texas is very particular about the number of adult toys residents can possess.
They were perfectly preserved down to their 1940s attire.
The legendary writer, who would have turned 80 years old today, was truly one of a kind.