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5 Questions: The Big Game 2014

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6 Sneaky Ways Countries Try to Win Hearts and Minds

Chris Stokel-Walker

The spread of propaganda is as old as society itself—but not all propaganda techniques are garish posters or august news reports on television or in print.

The NFL Used to Play a Third-Place Game, a "Losers' Bowl for Losers"

Alex Watt

If coming in second place just makes you the first loser, what can be said about a team that finishes in third?

The Missing Links: Comparing Lairs

Colin Patrick

Star Trek: Voyager's Photon Torpedo Problem

Chris Higgins

10 Horses to Kick Off the Year of the Horse

Miss Cellania

Grave Sightings: Oscar Wilde

Stacy Conradt

After realizing that there are a lot of taphophiles (cemetery and/or tombstone enthusiasts) out there, I’m finally putting my archive of interesting tombstones to good use.

Brain Game: Lower-Case?

Sandy Wood

'That Awkward Moment' Restricted Clip—The Dress-Up Party [Sponsored]

11 Awesomely Decorated Casts Worth a Broken Bone

Jill Harness

Casts in cool colors or covered in your friends' get well messages are great, but some people take things a step further and turn the pile of plaster and bandages into a wearable piece of art.

8 Super Bowl Commercials From Defunct Companies

Rudie Obias

Before the dot-com bubble burst, many companies spent millions to air 30-second commercials during the Super Bowl to gain national exposure. Here are a few of them.

How Do Squatter’s Rights Work?

Matt Soniak

“Squatter’s rights” isn’t a list of specific rights, but refers to a specific form of adverse possession, a legal principle that we inherited from England and has been around, in one form or another,

Morning Cup of Links: Atlanta's Apocalypse

Miss Cellania

What Is Awesome?

Jason English

Last night we were mentioned on Jeopardy! I'm not sure how many people in our office would have gotten this one right, but somehow Arthur Chu nailed it.

5 Questions: Classic Jeopardy

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