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Why Do Toll-Free Numbers Start With 800?

D.J. MacLennan

1-800-WHAT-WHY?

Listen to the Real Story Behind 'Puff the Magic Dragon'

Michele Debczak

And no, it doesn't involve drugs.

Teacher Punishes Tardiness By Making Students Write Out 1000 Emojis >:-(

Caitlin Schneider

A teacher in Chengdu, China is putting a new twist on an old form of discipline.

12 Facts About Chernobyl’s Exclusion Zone 30 Years After the Disaster

Luke Spencer

The area remains a chilling reminder of nuclear disaster, while at the same time drawing thousands of tourists each year.

Watch The Evolution of Iron Man in Movies And TV

Anna Green

Created by Marvel Comics in 1963, Iron Man has been saving the world, both on his own and with the other Avengers, for more than half a century.

The Bison Could Be the New National Mammal of the United States

Andrew LaSane

Lawmakers are scheduled to vote on the bill today.

Can You "-ear" Me?

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Tiny Bottles Show You Only Need a Single Drop of Dishwashing Soap

Rebecca OConnell

This adorable publicity stunt proves that one drop is all you need.

20 Fierce Dothraki Terms to Know for 'Game of Thrones'

Angela Tung

Soon you'll be to ready to vasterat with Khaleesi, Khal Moro, and the rest of the horselord gang.

Morning Cup of Links: Witnessing an Atomic Explosion

Miss Cellania

Infographic: 21 Ways to Make Your Next Business Trip a Breeze

Kirstin Fawcett

Trips are less stressful if you plan them carefully.

The 13 Most Interesting Time Travel Stories in Comics

Rich Barrett

In comics, time travel is as commonplace as the superhero team-up.

Experience the World's Longest Rail Slide on Skis Through a GoPro

Shaunacy Ferro

Skier Tom Wallisch slides 424 feet, almost twice the length of the previous world record.

Level Up Your Snack Game with Glass Potato Chips

Kate Horowitz

They look sophisticated (and possibly dangerous), but they’re surprisingly easy to make.

Reconstructed Medieval Song Performed for the First Time in 1000 Years

Anna Green

“Songs of Consolation” was performed in its entirety for the first time in 1,000 years at Cambridge University last weekend.

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