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Name the US States That Contain Double Letters (The Same Letter Twice In A Row)

10 Back-And-Forth Facts about Abbott and Costello

Mark Mancini

At their peak, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello were quite possibly the two most quoted men in America.

Drones and Drum Lines to Help Protect Aussie Swimmers From Sharks

Janet Burns

Authorities are trying out high-tech methods for preventing shark attacks on New South Wales' coast.

Incredible Up-Close Views of Seeds

Shaunacy Ferro

Cattails have never looked so glamorous.

Neural Network IDs Objects in the 'Star Trek: TNG' Opening Credits

Chris Higgins

Today's installment of "computers can be dumb."

The Largest Small-Scale Model Ever Built Once Protected the Nation From Floods

Bess Lovejoy

This model of the Mississippi River Basin was a feat of midcentury engineering. Now it's open to the public.

Warning! These 1950s Movie Gimmicks Will Shock You

The gimmick craze of the 1950s put special effects in your face and under your seat, literally.

12 Cookie Cutters To Make Your Holiday Treats Stand Out

Hannah Keyser

We can't promise that appropriately themed cookie cutters will make your baked goods taste any better this holiday season.

Show & Tell: Coney Island Gambling Wheel

Alex Palmer

This colorful wheel with dragons for spokes tells us a little about the glory days of Coney Island.

17 Colorful Facts About The Beatles' 'White Album'

Roger Cormier

Mothers, the Farrow sisters, Eric Clapton, and Eric Clapton's sweet tooth were big inspirations.

25 Homespun Facts About Kansas

Kirstin Fawcett

Here's why there's no place like the Sunflower State.

A Dozen Facts You Might Not Know About Dunkin’ Donuts

Emily Becker

Because coffee and doughnuts will never go out of style.

Why Does This YouTube Star Eat the Apples in Chernobyl?

Shaunacy Ferro

YouTuber Bionerd23's videos from the Exclusion Zone aim to show viewers how safe the nuclear disaster site can be these days.

14 Moving Facts About 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles'

Roger Cormier

Those aren't pillows!

Oglethorpe University's 'Crypt of Civilization'

Stacy Conradt

Not content to simply bury a box or a tube, the institution (and its president) buried an entire room.