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Pandora Will Soon Let You Listen to Specific Songs on Demand

Shaunacy Ferro


8 Political Parties You Might Remember From History Class

Rebecca Nelson

Take a look back at some of the most successful third parties in American history.

Inside Los Angeles's 12th Annual Art Deco Festival

Kirstin Fawcett

In 2016, some people still celebrate like it's the Roaring Twenties

Edinburgh Zoo's Knighted Penguin Gets Promoted to Brigadier

Michele Debczak

Brigadier Sir Nils Olav is the most highly-decorated bird in the world.

You Have to See Monday's Top Amazon Deals

Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, August 22.

See How Those Appetizing Burger Commercials Get Made

Shaunacy Ferro

There's a custom-made condiment thrower involved.

9 Songs That Weren’t Supposed to Be Big Hits

Nina Pearlman

Queen's bestselling song was only released after Michael Jackson convinced the band it would be a hit.

Why You Shouldn't Trust Password Strength Meters

Jake Rossen

They're not always a good test of password quality.

Coral Reefs Depend on Big Fishes’ Pee

Kate Horowitz

Reefs in areas depleted of big fish and their urine are also missing necessary nutrients like phosphorus.

13 Focused Facts About ‘Election’

Garin Pirnia

The ‘NodPod’ Makes It Possible to Fall Asleep on a Plane

Michele Debczak

The "head hammock" offers a solution for travelers who don’t mind looking silly.

You Can Have Your Ashes Pressed Into Vinyl

Caitlin Schneider

The pops and crackles on these records are the entire point.

Study Finds Happy People Are More Authentic on Facebook

Kate Horowitz

What happens when your “true self” and the self you present online are two different people?

10 Delicious Food Mashups You Have to Try

Miss Cellania

These culinary mashups prove that a combination of your favorite foods isn't just possible—it's necessary.

This Family Lives Inside a Farmhouse Inside an Airplane Hangar

Anna Green

Architect Adam Kalkin and his family live in a 19th century New Jersey farmhouse that sits inside a modern airplane hangar.