A man was understandably concerned when he found two skeletons while snorkeling in the Colorado River. But local police insisted there was nothing to see here, because the skeletons were just having a tea party.
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The only thing more outrageous than the dresses at this year's Met Gala were the memes that came afterward.
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Fiction writers and scientists alike know how difficult science-fiction writing can be. Thankfully, NASA released a list of sci-fi terms to aid any authors who may need it.
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May 5 would have been the 150th birthday of Nellie Bly, a woman who is widely thought to be the first investigative journalist and who famously traveled around the world in 72 days. But have you heard of Elizabeth Bisland, the woman tasked with beating Bly
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Apple Inc. was founded in 1976. In 1977, the first-ever review of their computers was published in Kilobaud, a tech magazine.
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U2 also got their start in 1976. On Monday, they played Angel of Harlem at Grand Central Station in order to publicize their Friday appearance on The Tonight Show.
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This weird bike just raised a ton of money on Kickstarter.
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After Frida Kahlo passed away in 1954, her husband locked her things in a bathroom. The unique time capsule was finally opened in 2004, and a photographer captured the findings.