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Walk All Over Your Reading List With This Bookworm Rug

Shaunacy Ferro

Go ahead and put your love of books on every surface of your apartment.

4 Proven Ways to Stay Cool During Hot Summer Workouts

Laurel Leicht

From slushies to ice packs, these strategies are backed by scientific research.

Compare Property Tax Rates in Each State

Alvin Ward

How does your state stack up?

A Brief Primer for Selecting the Right Kitchen Knife

Kirstin Fawcett

The blades in your starter kit all serve a purpose.

Who's Responsible for Self-Driving Car Accidents?

Jake Rossen

Get ready for non-driver's insurance.

Portland, Maine Is Tearing Down its Love Locks Wall

Jake Rossen

The symbols of true love have created a public safety issue in the city.

18 Pokemon Products to Catch Online

Alvin Ward

Let everyone know where your team loyalties lie.

Red vs. Blu: How Sony Won the HD DVD Format Wars

Jake Rossen

They lost the Betamax battle, but they refused to lose the war.

Woman Finds Koala Pole Dancing In Her Living Room

Andrew LaSane

Installing a pole in an Australian home may sometimes attract curious guests.

Retrobituary: Forensic Science Pioneer Frances Glessner Lee

Christine Colby

She crafted tiny, intricate dioramas known as the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death.

Thursday's Amazon Deals You Can't Miss

Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, July 21.

17 Species Named After 'Star Wars' Characters

Miss Cellania

There are Star Wars fans everywhere, including among the scientists who study life on Earth.

Male-Killing Microbe Meddles With Butterfly Mating

Kate Horowitz

In time, two closely related populations of African Queen butterflies may become entirely different species.

Why This Social Media Startup Made All of its Salaries Public

Anna Green

A social media company called Buffer is trying to encourage transparency by making all its employees' salaries public.

Why Turtles Have Shells (It’s Not What We Thought)

Kate Horowitz

New evidence suggests that prehistoric turtle shells served a different purpose than we originally believed.