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How to Decorate Your School in the 19th Century

Sonia Weiser

The Stanley Cup: Now in Bacon Form

Rebecca OConnell

You Can Crowd-Fund a Wheel for Cats

Hannah Keyser

5 Questions: Not Tough

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The POW Olympics of World War II

Jake Rossen

11 Pivotal Moments in White House Technology

Annie Johnson

Presidents have long been fans of technology, even if they weren’t always early adopters.

WWI Centennial: British Defeat Turks at Shaiba

Erik Sass

We're covering the events of World War I exactly 100 years later.

TV's 10 Best Fake Swear Words

Angela Tung

Swearing on television is a tricky business. To get around restrictions, some shows replace the "bad" words with benign ones.

This Spider Knows its Opponent’s Weaknesses

Matt Soniak

Fall of the South: “Now He Belongs to the Ages”

Erik Sass

Women in Medicine: 6 Pioneering Activists

Robots Are Coming for Your Kitchen

Jessica Hullinger

The IRS's Favorite Mathematical Law

Kara Kovalchik

7 Incredible Hoards Discovered in the Past 7 Years

Livius Drusus

See the Handwritten Notes on Abraham Lincoln’s Autopsy

Jennifer M Wood

150 years after his assassination, Cooperstown's Fenimore Art Museum is debuting a new exhibit, "Autopsy for a Nation: The Death of Abraham Lincoln."