Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple yesterday. The sudden move has many folks wondering about his health and the future of the company.
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In 1959, nine people who went on a camping/skiing expedition to a Russian mountain were found dead with mysterious wounds, and the tongue of one woman was missing. Fifty years later, we still don't know what happened.
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About twenty years ago, Pixar gathered some 200 suggested names for an animated film about toys, which eventually became Toy Story. Here are sixteen of those titles that might have been.
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Believe it or not, you can knit ramen noodles. This is why you should never overcook them.
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The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya is the world's most successful orphan-elephant rescue and rehabilitation center. Young elephants who've lost parents to poachers are sheltered until they are able to fend for themselves in the wild.
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The stories behind 18 perplexing band names.  Oh, no one says they have to make sense, but they all came from somewhere.
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Storycorps listened to cousins James Ransom and Cherie Johnson as they remembered their childhood Sunday school teacher Miss Lizzie Devine, “the only woman who scared them more than their grandmother.”
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The Mystique Of Online Viral Imagery. A panel of internet people discuss what makes a meme, and what makes a meme popular.
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OK Go teams up with the Muppets for the happiest music video ever. Despite what you've been told, it's not over when the fat lady sings.
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TRUE CRIME: The Incompetent Kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr. The perpetrators even had to borrow gas money from their victim!