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What Antarctica Looks Like Under All That Ice

Jill Harness

Almost Everything You Need to Know About Tear Gas

Matt Soniak

Here’s a crash course in the chemical weapon of the moment.

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What's the Most Interesting Event You Saw Live?

Jason English

Argle Bargle: 5 Meanings of Word Reduplication

Arika Okrent

In his angry dissent to the court's decision on the Defense of Marriage Act on Wednesday, Justice Scalia conveyed a specific kind of derision through his use of several colloquial expressions.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Why Aren't Bidets Common in the U.S.?

Karina Martinez-Carter

When there is a porcelain toilet-side wash station installed in a U.S. bathroom, it is often an unexpected extra.

Morning Cup of Links: Moviegoer Woes

Miss Cellania

4 Crazy Things Found in Drawers

Paul Collins

Pay attention next time you're cleaning out your drawers. You might find a fortune, or at least a Nobel Prize.

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 107

Mark Arminio

6 Stories of Junk-Food Obsessions

The Week

The teen who ate nothing but packaged ramen, the man addicted to Big Macs, and more.

10 Magical Facts About Unicorns

the mag Dave Gonzales

Just because unicorns are mythical doesn’t mean they haven’t had a real impact on history. Just ask a narwhal!

The Missing Links: 20 Songs You Won't Believe Are 20 Years Old

Colin Patrick

Why Does 'Love' Mean 'Zero' in Tennis?

Caity Weaver

7 Experimental Adventures in Classical Music

Lucas Reilly

Some composers play it safe and write music that makes easy listening. Others like testing the limits. Here are some unique experiments in classical music.

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