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Humans Have Already Killed 26 Panamanian Jaguars This Year

Kate Horowitz

Shrinking territory has forced the big cats into close quarters with humans and livestock.

10 Literary References in Cartoons You Might Have Missed

Rebecca OConnell

Did you know 'Steven Universe' has almost the same plot as 'A Wrinkle in Time'?

The Gig Economy Works for Those Who Don't Want a Traditional Job

Kate Horowitz

The traditional 9-to-5 office job is no longer a given for many Americans and Europeans.

Animated Game Seeks to Keep a Dying Aboriginal Language Alive

Michele Debczak

Players move the game forward with each word they learn.

13 Freshly Cut Facts About John Deere

Emily Becker

Its first logo featured a deer native to Africa.

This Helpful Timeline Makes Moving Hassle Free

Rebecca OConnell

Planning ahead can take a lot of the stress out of moving.

Morning Cup of Links: The Scariest Movie Monsters

Miss Cellania

Here's some links for your Columbus Day websurfing.

Why Some Artworks Fetch Ridiculously High Prices

Kirstin Fawcett

It's about more than just creative merit.

5 Questions: John Lennon

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Scientists Are Training Schoolchildren to Detect Health-Related BS

Kate Horowitz

A pilot program aims to teach kids to tell the difference between evidence-based medical advice and malarkey.

12 Works of Literature Recreated in LEGO

Abbey Stone

The Drill We Sent to Mars

Chris Higgins

Curiosity has a drill on Mars. Complete with extra drill bits!

Restaurant Serves Food Prepared by Grandmothers From Different Cultures

Michele Debczak

Because nothing beats Grandma's home cooking.

11 Curious Events That Really Happened

Nicole Garner

Meowing nuns and exploding toads? Curiouser and curiouser!

Visit California City, the Largest City Never Built

Chris Higgins

The third-largest California city by area only has 15,000 residents.