A "ring of fire" solar eclipse will be visible Sunday on the west coast of North America and most of Asia on Monday morning. The moon will not cover the whole solar disc, leaving a ring that's so awesome we shouldn't look at it.
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Elementary is the new modern-day Sherlock Holmes TV series coming to CBS this fall. Take a look at some behind-the-scenes footage and a clip of the show.
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You might think that Adele has little in common with '80s one-hit-wonder Baltimora, but their songs "Set Fire to the Rain" and "Tarzan Boy" mix surprisingly well. How do people come up with these odd combinations?
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The Science of the NBA. Getting a ball through a basket involves physics, math, and for some reason, a sumo wrestler.
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11 Things You Need To Know Before Entering The Real World. And somewhat related-
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The 5 Stages of Graduation Grief. Be prepared to mourn those sweet years of education. NSFW text.
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The origin and proliferation of the taco. More adaptable than traditional, the tasty treat is not as old as you'd think.
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How Texas Executed an Innocent Man. Police knew Carlos DeLuna was guilty, so they ignored the other Carlos with a violent history who looked just like DeLuna.
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Inside Fremantle: The Horrors of Australia's Creepy Historic Prison. The inmates were moved out, but some say the ghosts of 44 executed prisoners remain.
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The FDA is taking steps toward approving an at-home HIV test kit. The accuracy rate isn't perfect, but it's better than no test at all.
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3 Bald encounters on the set of Star Trek. On the Enterprise, hair -or lack of hair- was a matter best not left to chance.