In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.
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I scream, you scream, we all scream when a glob of melted ice cream falls to the ground.
It takes a lot to get blood ready for its new host.
You can see thousands of stars with your naked eye, if you just know where to look.
Any book that promises mastery in months is lying; more accurate is the common teachers’ adage “Seven years to learn it, a lifetime to master it.”
Nixie is a camera-mounted drone you can wear like a wristband.
Forty-five years after it was created, Oregon Trail will make its way from the computer screen to the table top.
John Spinello sold the board game idea for $500. Though he never regretted it, the extra money certainly would have come in handy in 2014.
The Big Easy's most notorious killer said he'd spare victims on one condition: that they play jazz music.
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The building, once referred to by Walt Whitman as “a majestic and lovely show there in the moonlight,” has stood as an architectural wonder in the City of Brotherly Love since 1901.
Its waters teem with translucent golden creatures—but they're dwindling at a rapid rate.
Scientists at Mission Centaur are looking for an astronomical holy grail: an inhabitable Earth-like planet.
The bank knows your finances best, right? Wrong.
“The Government isn't going to limit the number of cats people can own," said Prime Minister (and noted cat sympathizer) John Key.
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