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Comprehensive Map Shows How Europe's Population Is Shifting

Hannah Keyser

The different colors on the map show average annual population change for each municipality over the ten years studied.

See an Early Work From Dr. Seuss called 'The Pocket Book of Boners'

Caitlin Schneider

In 1931, Dr.

5 Questions: Types of Squash

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15 Things You Should Know About 'Little Girl in a Blue Armchair'

Kristy Puchko

11 Steps to Becoming an Expert Yogi This Summer

Do you dream of someday being able to bring your feet over your head? Or even just to touch your toes?

WWI Centennial: Women at War

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.

Danish Illustrator Plays With Paper to Create 3D Cartoons

Sonia Weiser

HuskMitNavn (RememberMyName) is like Denmark's version of Banksy.

See Young Jack Kerouac's Reading List

Caitlin Schneider

The list, scribbled in a notebook in 1940, offers a rare glimpse at the works that would shape him.

Hoverboards Are Finally Here!

Yelena Melnichenko

Lovers of 'Back to the Future' are about to get really excited.

A Scarf Knitted With Brain Waves

Shaunacy Ferro

An art project called NeuroKnitting turns brain activity into fashion.

A Brief and Bizarre History of the Baby Cage

Hannah Keyser

Baby cages were once an acceptable way for city-dwelling parents to let their children get some air.

9 of the Most Beautiful Weather Photos of the Year

Shaunacy Ferro

NOAA’s Weather in Focus contest features spectacular skies and terrifying storms.

Flamingo Gets a New Leg at Brazilian Zoo

Hayley Harding

Why Route 66 Was Decommissioned

Stacy Conradt

An Ultrasonic Clothes Dryer Vibrates Clothes Dry

Shaunacy Ferro

The super-efficient heatless dryer uses up to 10 times less energy than the standard tumble dryer—and may finish the job 20 minutes faster.