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More Than 150 Beagles Saved From Animal Testing Are Going Up for Adoption

Anna Green

A laboratory in Bengaluru is in the process of releasing 156 beagles.

Behind the Scenes of Run DMC and Aerosmith’s "Walk This Way"

Andrew LaSane

Washington Post reporter Geoff Edgers has crafted an oral history of the making of the groundbreaking song and video.

First Successful Skin-to-Eye Stem Cell Transplant in Humans

Jordan Rosenfeld

Special cells taken from arm skin and turned into retinal cells show promise for treating age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of vision loss among the elderly.

A New Smart Toothbrush Puts a Camera Inside Your Mouth

Anna Green

The Prophix toothbrush doesn’t just clean your teeth—it records a video inside your mouth as you brush.

A Pizzeria in Naples Just Made a Record-Setting, Mile-Long Pie

Andrew LaSane

It took 250 chefs more than six hours to build.

Trees 'Sleep' at Night Too, Study Finds

Kate Horowitz

Sophisticated laser scans of trees at night showed the trees’ branches drooping after dark and perking up around dawn.

15 Slam-Dunk Facts About 'The Basketball Diaries'

Roger Cormier

Pretty much everybody but the director didn't want Mark Wahlberg involved.

The Story Behind the Mary Kay Pink Cadillac

Stacy Conradt

The eye-catching car is a powerful company symbol and motivation for a growing network of consultants.

You Could Live in a Monticello Replica Mansion in Connecticut

Shaunacy Ferro

It was built by a co-founder of Friendly's.

5 Habits to Steal From Super Savers

Kate Rockwood

No coupon clipping required.

Women Paid Less Than Men in Nearly All Major U.S. Occupations

Kirstin Fawcett

Find out just how much less.

The Missing Links: Giant Octopus Kite

Colin Patrick

Google Patents Adhesive Hoods For Its Autonomous Cars

Andrew LaSane

In the case of an accident, pedestrians would stick to car instead of being struck twice.

A Massive Asteroid Slammed into Earth 3.5 Billion Years Ago

Kirstin Fawcett

Scientists say it was probably bigger than the one that likely killed the dinosaurs.

10 Flavorful Facts About the Wienermobile

Jake Rossen

It was once driven by a little person in a chef's hat named "Little Oscar."

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