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7 Things Your Homeowners Insurance Likely Doesn't Cover

Kristin Wong

Should the unexpected happen, you want to make sure you know what's covered—and what's not.

You Can Turn Your Deleted Food Photos Into Real Meals for the Hungry

Michele Debczak

Clean out your Instagram library for a good cause.

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Commit $3 Billion to Eradicating Disease

Kate Horowitz

Physician, educator, and philanthropist Priscilla Chan and her husband, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, have announced a wildly ambitious $3 billion plan to “eliminate, cure, or prevent disease” by the

Bill Murray Has Launched His Own Golf Clothing Line

Kirstin Fawcett

The actor wants to make the sport a little less stuffy.

Better Change That Password: Yahoo Confirms Hack of Over 500 Million Accounts

Jake Rossen

The company confirmed a hack has affected hundreds of millions of accounts.

The Self-Building Concrete Block System Anyone Can Use

Jake Rossen

This clever puzzle system could help solve low-income housing challenges in Mexico.

6 Movies That Ruined Their Studios

Jake Rossen

George Lucas's first post-'Star Wars' movie was one of two films that signaled the end for one studio.

Grab Thursday's Best Amazon Deals While They Last

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, September 22.

Netflix Knows Exactly When You Got Hooked on 'Stranger Things'

Shaunacy Ferro

You probably didn't start really binging until episode two.

Out of This World: An Oral History of 'ALF'

Jake Rossen

He was invited to the White House. He sold $250 million in merchandise. And he nearly caused an actor to have a nervous breakdown on set.

A Man Forged 31 Boarding Passes, Spent 18 Days at the Airport

Anna Green

Raejali Buntut missed his flight and decided to vacation in Singapore's Changi Airport.

The Origins of 25 Fall Traditions

Stacy Conradt

When you stop to think about it, many of our autumnal traditions—like scooping out pumpkin guts, asking strangers for candy, and wandering aimlessly through cornfields—are pretty bizarre.

Scientists Discover World's Oldest-Known Fishhooks in Okinawa, Japan

Kirstin Fawcett

The hooks are about 23,000 years old.

Art Exhibit in San Francisco Is Meant to Simulate Synesthesia

Michele Debczak

You can watch a VR video of the experience.

The 'Hamdog' is The Burger and Hot Dog Hybrid of Your Dreams

Caitlin Schneider

Now you don't have to pick just one.