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A super-skimmable daily digest filled with crazy, fun stories.

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8 Tips and Hacks for Getting the Most Protection From Your Sunscreen

Suzanne Raga

More than half of Americans never wear sunscreen. Follow these tips to easily incorporate it into your daily routine.

In Australia, 'The World’s Deadliest Bird' Commits String of Break-Ins

Michele Debczak

Australia is urging residents not to feed the modern dinosaurs.

How Much Weight Can a Shopping Cart Really Hold?

Kirstin Fawcett

Go ahead and splurge on those industrial-sized boxes of cereal.

Paleontologists Find a Nearly Complete T. Rex Skull in Montana

Shaunacy Ferro

Finding a T. rex skull in such pristine condition is incredibly rare.

The 98-Year-Old Productivity Method You Should Still Use Today

Shaunacy Ferro

It's all about prioritizing.

14 Justifiably Forgotten Milton Bradley Board Games

Jake Rossen

In the '70s, the family could settle in for a nice, relaxing game of 'Town Dump.'

Scientists Analyze Ötzi the Iceman's Animal Skin Clothing

Kirstin Fawcett

The Iceman likely led a rough life—but at least he kept warm.

America’s Only Dog Mayor Gets Elected to Third Term

Michele Debczak

He celebrated with congratulatory pats.

Japan's 2020 Olympics Will Make Medals From Smartphones

Jake Rossen

Gold, silver, bronze: They'll all be green.

What's It Like to Live in a Dumpster for a Year

Presented by Adam Ruins Everything.

Make Tuesday Even Better with These Great 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 23.

13 Hot Sauces for the Most Adventurous Eaters

Garrett Williams

These hot sauces will satisfy every tongue, from the cautious novice to the champion "chilihead."

Irish Teeth Reveal the Chemical Signature of the Great Famine

Kristina Killgrove

Researchers analyzed 20 sets of human remains from one of the many workhouses where entire families were institutionalized—and made to work long hours—as a "remedy" to poverty.

National Parks Offer Free Admission This Weekend to Celebrate 100 Years

Andrew LaSane

Now would be the perfect time to plan that road trip.

Viking Burials Included Board Games

Kate Horowitz

A researcher says the games’ inclusion aboard burial boats shows their importance “at home, on board ship, and in the hall of the gods.”

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