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Why Do We Have Moles?

Mark Mancini

How a 19th Century Volcanic Eruption Redefined the American Midwest

Lucas Reilly the mag

How a massive volcanic cloud from halfway across the world redefined the American Midwest

9 of History’s Greatest (and/or Deadliest) Sibling Rivalries

Mark Mancini

Cain versus Abel; Romulus versus Remus; Peyton versus Eli: History has experienced every shade of sibling rivalry, from frivolous to fatal.

5 Questions: Native American Too

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11 Questions for 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' Author Jeff Kinney

15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About 'The Last Exorcism'

Sean Hutchinson

Scientists Make 3D-Printed Harness to Study Spider Brains

Matt Soniak

The History of One World Trade Center in 22 Photos

Erin McCarthy

Today, One World Trade Center—also known as the Freedom Tower—welcomes its first tenants.

Name All of Bubba's Shrimp Dishes in Forrest Gump

The Missing Links: Nature Takes It Back

Colin Patrick

11 Offbeat Holidays You Can Celebrate in November

Hannah Keyser

Once Thanksgiving hits at the end of the month, it's just a short slide into all the big name holidays with their own dividers in the card section at the drugstore.

The "Back to the Future" Blooper Reel

Chris Higgins

Strange States: New Hampshire’s Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off and Regatta

Rob Lammle

14 of George Bernard Shaw's Most Brilliant Quotes

Amanda Green

George Bernard Shaw once said, "I often quote myself. It adds spice to my conversation." He had a lot of good ones to choose from.

Brain Game: Math Square #239

Sandy Wood