Can your feelings of love show up on an MRI scan? You betcha, especially if those emotions are made into a competition.
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Whitney Houston's Road to Ruin. She may have had the voice of an angel, but an angel was not what she wanted to be.
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A London man may have set a new world record for the heaviest living human. He weighs 812 pounds; do you know anyone who can top that?
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China will finally stop assigning government-related surnames to orphans. Not that there's anything wrong with family names like "State" or "Party," but they do tend to point out a child's background for the rest of her life.
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The producers of the film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter have released both a US trailer and an international trailer. For some reason, we expected a comedy, but the movie seems to take itself rather seriously.
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Reverse Things is a video of various actions shown backwards, creating order from chaos. It looks like it was a lot of fun to produce, too.
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Here are some pictures of cats who look like, dress like, or are possibly Photoshopped to resemble pandas. So you get two adorable critters in one!
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An Open Letter to Hollywood: stop blaming piracy and make films worthy of cinematic experience.
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A charter school in Cincinnati is paying high school students to show up and stay out of trouble. Research shows that such plans can work well if they are implemented properly.
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Dirty Campaigning in the Roaring Twenties: Herbert Hoover vs. Al Smith. Mudslinging is nothing new, not that that makes it any more pleasant.