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Garrison Wu/San Francisco Zoo

A Tiger Cub to Start Your Day

Garrison Wu/San Francisco Zoo
Garrison Wu/San Francisco Zoo

See photographs of a baby Sumatran tiger on his first trip to the great outdoors. The two-month-old cub was born at the San Francisco Zoo.
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PSY's new video for the song "Gentleman" got 22 million views in its first 24 hours on YouTube. That broke a record set by Justin Bieber a year ago.
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After a string of unfortunate incidents, Carnival Cruises has dropped prices to $50 a night per person or less for some cruises. But you still have to ask yourself if it's worth the risk.
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How the producers of Rhoda killed the show by making it better. A look at how even the most creative television is forever tied to the mood of the audience.   
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While you're watching a life-and-death moment on a police drama, suddenly they'll announce some clue found on FaceUnion, which breaks your suspension of disbelief and makes you giggle. Check out The Most Ridiculous Made-Up Websites From Law & Order.
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After being elected Justice of the Peace, Eric Williams was caught stealing computers from his government office. After two prosecutors and one of their wives was murdered, the Justice is suspected of murder.
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Exploring a Creepy Abandoned Croatian Hospital. With obsolete medical equipment left behind, it would make a great horror movie set.
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Watch 6 crazy-adorable grandparent reactions to things young people like. Hey, old folks like video games, internet apps, and toys -and aren't yet jaded to their wonders.  
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Ape Women: 10 Dedicated Primate Researchers. Leakey's Angels may be the most famous primatologists, but they aren't alone.  

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Welcome to the Year of the Dog
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Happy Chinese New Year! Welcome to the Year of the Dog.

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The Evolution of Marvel’s Black Panther. Introduced in 1966, the character hits the big screen this weekend.

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The Very Real History of Death Stars. Germany, the Soviet Union, and the U.S. have all drawn up plans for weaponized satellites.

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The Karate Kid gets a modern makeover with Cobra Kai. Daniel and Johnny will revive their unresolved conflicts as older adults in the YouTube Red series.

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How the “Heart Balm Racket” Convinced America That Women Were Up to No Good. Sensational cases of gold diggers meant the end of breach of promise lawsuits.

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What Europe's Oldest Wine Tells Us About Ancient Sicilians. Samples hidden in a cave thousands of years ago hold clues to their everyday lives.

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15 of the World's Most Stunning Winter Destinations. You still have time to book a trip before the tourist season starts.

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10 Weird Facts About Lobsters
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10 Weird Facts About Lobsters. If they were designed as movie aliens, they would be too implausible.

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Making Artificial Earthquakes with a Four-Ton Steel Ball. Get out of the way when it's dropped in the name of science!

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Jerry Lewis in The Bellboy. It wasn't a typical Jerry Lewis movie, but it worked.

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The Incinerator House. Artist Ron Fleming turned an abandoned industrial structure into a home and a work of art.

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Why Adam Rippon Didn’t Win. He finished behind two competitors who fell because of the complicated math of figure skating.

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Was Young Luke Skywalker a Selfless Hero or a Freeloader? Luke took advantage of the Rebel Alliance in using an X-wing or two as his personal vehicle, but a commenter refutes that argument in style.

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15 'Trials of the Century' and the Media Frenzies That Accompanied Them. Because true crime is more fascinating than fiction.

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