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15 Pharaonic Objects Buried in Tut's Tomb

Jen Pinkowski

Tut's tomb was stuffed to the brim with thousands of objects meant to make his afterlife eternally posh.

The Real-Life Walk of Shame that Inspired that 'Game of Thrones' Scene

Stacy Conradt

Cersei’s nude “Walk of Atonment” was a pretty accurate depiction of a real-life event that happened during the late 1400s.

The Footwear that Helped Moonshiners Evade Police

Caitlin Schneider

During the Prohibition Era, moonshiners had to be pretty crafty to keep their activities under wraps.

3D Holograms Bring Back 1500-Year-Old Buddhas

Sonia Weiser

The Buddhas of Bamiyan, which had been destroyed by the Taliban, returned for two nights this past weekend.

The Missing Links: Explaining Impossible Colors

Colin Patrick

15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Summer Solstice

How to Enjoy Your Pizza Like a Pro

Projections of Crying Babies Highlight China's Air Pollution

Hannah Keyser

A Chinese air purifying company is putting a face—or rather, lots of faces—to the issue.

The Real Reason the Hatfields and McCoys Started Feuding

Stacy Conradt

The infamous family feud lasted decades, and claimed the lives of 13 people. But what caused it in the first place?

Read the 1943 Rules of Conduct for Women's Baseball

Caitlin Schneider

While the official song of the organization proclaimed that the motto of the players was “Do or Die,” the rules of of conduct weren’t quite so tough.

15 Parenting Tips From History’s Greatest Fathers

Pick the 'A' Word That Matches Each Definition

Your Dog Doesn't Like People Who are Mean to You

Rebecca OConnell

New Japanese study says dogs have your back

Just How Hard Is It to Become Nintendo World Champion? Watch and See

Shaunacy Ferro

The final match involved this crazy all-new level of Super Mario Bros.

15 Perfectly Safe Things That Were Once Considered Dangerous

Sonia Weiser

Lots of stuff is more dangerous than we realized. But some things people once considered dangerous aren't harmful at all.