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WWI Centennial: The Birth of Trench Warfare

Erik Sass

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.

15 Things You Didn't Know About Famous Art

Sean Hutchinson

15 Different Terms for Women From 'The Rogue's Lexicon'

Hannah Keyser

In 1859, George W. Matsell, the first Chief of Police in New York City, published a glossary of terms used by criminals.

15 Incredible Football Facts to Share Tonight

Even if you’re a hardcore fan of the biggest sport in the country, there may still be a few things you don’t know about the pigskin. Feel free to break these nuggets out during the big game.

15 Things You May Not Know About 'Slaughterhouse-Five'

Nick Greene

Based on his experiences as a POW during the Allied bombing of Dresden in 1945, Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five is (rightfully) considered a modern literary masterpiece.

Awesome Vintage Posters from 15 Magicians

Rebecca OConnell

The Missing Links: People Erased From History

Colin Patrick

Brain Game: Math Square #232

Sandy Wood

15 Items for a Smarter Kitchen

Erin McCarthy

Using these items can help make cooking just a little bit easier.

15 Amazing Produce Facts to Make You Eat Your Veggies

Getting your recommended daily servings of fruits and vegetables can seem like a chore, but once you know these facts about what you’re munching, you’ll have something to talk about as you’re passing

How Does Deodorant Work?

Alvin Ward

In this week's episode of The Big Question, Craig Benzine answers a question from Zraluer.

15 Outlandish Chicken Varieties

Virginia C McGuire

These chicken varieties don’t fit the mold.

What Happened to the Passenger Pigeon

Chris Higgins

15 Words You Didn't Realize Were Named After People

When something is named after a person or a place or a company, we call that name an eponym. Eponyms are everywhere—in science, medicine, the arts.

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