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10 Controversies Caused by Nicktoons

Mark Mancini

These off-the-wall cartoons have a long history of rubbing some viewers the wrong way, sometimes for reasons you'd never expect.

The Missing Links: Weaponized Bunnies

Colin Patrick

Lyndon Johnson's Rules of Life

Jason English

They are something.

The Most Decorated Winter Olympians in History

Hannah Keyser

For most athletes, winning a medal at the Olympics would be the pinnacle of their career. But these athletes didn't stop at just one.

The Epic Battle Over Congressional Seating

Matt Soniak

During the State of the Union a few weeks ago, I noticed that the members of Congress were sitting on rows of theater-style seating in the House Chamber.

Harold Ramis on Letterman Promoting National Lampoon's Vacation in 1983

Jason English

Harold Ramis has died at the age of 69.

Arthur Chu Returns Tonight!

Jason English

Game show programming alert: Controversial Jeopardy! champion Arthur Chu returns tonight. In case you missed it, Chris Higgins interviewed him earlier this month.

10 Things You Might Not Know About Seth Meyers

Meredith Danko

Late Night with Seth Meyers premieres tonight—which means it’s the perfect time to learn a little bit about the Weekend Update alum.

Kid's Desk Makes Him a Space Commander

Chris Higgins

What New Sports Will Debut at the Next Olympics?

Hannah Keyser

We might be two and four years away from the next set of Olympic Games, but the process to add new events is well underway.

5 Questions: Male Animals

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11 Historical Uses for Invisible Ink

Rebecca Onion

The history of invisible ink veers wildly back and forth between high-tech methods and the humblest of approaches.

Who Said It: Cartman or Ted Nugent?

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Ted Nugent can sound a lot like Eric Cartman, South Park's most notorious resident. Can you tell the verbatim Cartman dialogue from the Nuge's lyrics, writings, and public pronouncements?

Kicked to the Curb: 5 Romans in Exile

DT Kelly

Banishment from Rome was many things—a political trick, an act of revenge, and a terrible verdict even its best citizens fell prey to.

Weekend Links: Rob Ford Celebrates Gold

Roma Panganiban