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A 1915 Model T is traveling across the country, replicating a drive Edsel Ford took to the World's Fair 100 years ago.
The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 194th installment in the series. July 24, 1915: British...Show More Summary
Yellowstone National Park had their fifth bison-related injury of the summer after a 43-year-old woman tried to take a selfie with the 3,500-pound animal.
Mexico’s patron spirit is good for more than just one hell of a hangover
Trust us: there's a better way.
Dr. Joshua Miele has created maps of San Francisco's BART system that are auditory and tactile.
Researchers say a new fossil from Brazil indicates that snakes evolved from burrowing lizards.
Congratulations, Ireland! You're now free to trash talk Anne Boleyn as much as you want.
When many of us first met Jake Gyllenhaal, he was taking orders from a rabbit named Frank.
The blog "Scaffoldage" shows that scaffolding can be as beautiful as the buildings it's helping to maintain.
Acupuncture's ability to relieve pain and stress has never been well understood by Western medicine.
First off, they're not even spiders.
Hayley Harding finds links to get you through the afternoon.
Proving or disproving the veracity of the old adage, "money can't buy happiness," has fascinated economists, psychologists, and other scientists for years—seemingly even more so recently. There have been studies that show more moneyShow More Summary
Israeli researchers say a band of hunter-gatherers began experimenting with plant cultivation some 23,000 years ago.
Looking for a tall, frothy podcast to pair with your commute and/or sunny vacation? This week I round up notable episodes featuring Stephen Colbert, Willie Nelson, and other fine folks.
The district of Palmitas in Pachuca in Mexico recently underwent a facelift. In an effort to unite the community, Germen Crew and the government of Mexico collaborated to paint a mural that stretched over 20,000 square meters of surface on 209 houses. Show More Summary
The strangest news stories of the week.
All that stands between a team and a $25,000 grand prize is a series of challenges that, when solved, will unlock a door.