The South Faces a Summer With Fewer Peaches. Freezing weather after the trees bloomed mean crops will be sparse this year.   
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Fly over Jupiter with NASA’s Juno spacecraft. The giant planet gets more interesting as you get closer to it.
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Crayola's new color was inspired by a new pigment, YInMn blue, discovered at Oregon State University. Crayola is looking for a color name that will be a little easier for those who use crayons, so they are running a contest to name it.
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The Little Old Lady Who Terrorized New York's Famed Plaza Hotel. Fannie Lowenstein moved into a rent-controlled room in 1958 and stayed for 35 years.
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Inside the Cut-Throat World of Toddler Bike Racing. For some, it's the beginning of a lifetime of competitiveness, while others just like to ride.
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Watching Lightning Strike a Building in Super Slow Motion Is Freaky. See electricity falling from the sky like rain.  
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How quaint 18th-century 'spell-fights' evolved into the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Every year the words get more difficult, and the fans love it.
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15 Hilariously Effective Baits Used by Fishermen. Anecdotal evidence that fish will eat anything.