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5 Ways a Post-Antibiotic Era Could Change Medicine

Tara Smith

1. A scratch could become deadly.

Smithsonian Launches Kickstarter to Save Historic Ruby Slippers

Kirstin Fawcett

In lieu of Emerald City magic, the Smithsonian is turning to crowdfunding.

Amazing Macro Images From the Nikon Small World Contest

The contest honors the best small-scale scientific photography of the year.

11 Classic Facts About ‘Rashomon’

Matthew Jackson

The 1960 classic brought Japanese cinema to the world cinema stage, and turned Akira Kurosawa into an icon.

12 Offbeat, Small-Town Festivals To Visit This Fall

Nina Pearlman

Mmmm, bacon and mushroom festivals.

Tasmanian Devil Milk Could Help Fight Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Michele Debczak

Marsupial milk has evolved to provide extra immune support.

The Etymologies of 13 Words From the 2016 Election

John Kelly

Here’s a look back at some of the buzzwords the campaign and candidates have given us—and a look into their surprising histories.

9 Places You Might be Losing Money in Your Home

Presented by Allstate.

Morning Cup of Links: 'The Walking Dead’s' Carol

Miss Cellania

Start your day with these great links!

15 Things You Might Not Know About the U.S. Virgin Islands

Presented by U.S. Virgin Islands.

Artist Olly Moss Creates New Set of Minimalist 'Harry Potter' Posters

Kirstin Fawcett

The works are only available until Monday, October 25.

5 Questions: Shopping at the Drugstore

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8 Things You Might Not Know About Chris Wallace

Jake Rossen

After being arrested during a Harvard campus demonstration, Wallace used his only phone call to file a news report.

Lifelike Animal Sculptures Made Entirely of Rolled-Up Newspaper

Shaunacy Ferro

Japanese paper artist Chie Hitotsuyama recycles newspaper into a menagerie.

20 Fascinating Facts About ‘Doctor Who’

Jennifer M Wood

Everyone's favorite Time Lord was never referred to as that until the sixth season.