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Hunting Down the Boston Marathon Suspects

A lot happened overnight. Here's how the Boston Marathon suspects were hunted down. Suspect #1 was killed, while Suspect #2 remains on the loose.
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The man arrested for allegedly sending ricin to Washington is Paul Kevin Curtis of Tupelo, Mississippi. He's an Elvis impersonator, conspiracy theorist, and all-around strange guy.
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The 17 Most Legendary Na Na Nas In History. #18: Wilson Pickett's "Land of 1,000 Dances."
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Considering that Game of Thrones is shot on location in Northern Ireland, Morocco, and Malta, you might think they're going for intense realism. If that's the case, this showcase of the show's visual effects will completely burst your bubble.
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The world has gone completely bonkers. Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang will be made into a 3D movie in 2015.
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Which are cuter: meerkats or sloths? Or is this competition just an excuse to look at adorable photos of each?
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Casey Grim and Adam McLaughlin made their engagement photo shoot into a hilarious parody of engagement photo shoots. She's doing all the sexy, arty poses you've seen so many times, and so does he.
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Since lions and tigers chase laser lights and get high on catnip, it's not so surprising to learn that big cats love cardboard boxes, too. But it's still fun to watch.

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What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots?
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What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots? Data from the MESSENGER probe proves the tiny planet is more interesting than we ever knew.

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How Antonio Banderas Conquered His Fear of Playing Picasso. The role of his hometown hero was intimidating before now.

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What Kind of Town Elects a Cat as its Mayor? The kind of town Talkeetna, Alaska, is.

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Where the Amish Go on Vacation. A neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida, is the place for an annual respite from normal work.

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8 Serious Hollywood Scenes That Looked Hilarious Before CGI. Don't let a look behind the scenes ruin your suspension of disbelief.

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A Cat Walks Into a Deli ... And the clerk helps him select a choice cut of meat.

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How Charles Dickens Imagined a Westworld-like Robot Theme Park Back In 1838. The Mudfog Association proposed using automatons to provide immersive entertainment.

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The Jewish Psychic Who Tricked Hitler. Erik Jan Hanussen was a master at manipulating gullible people, up to a point.

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These Celebrities Weren’t Dead When Their Obituaries Were Published
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These Celebrities Weren’t Dead When Their Obituaries Were Published. The erroneous reports gave us some enduring celebrity quotes.
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Looking Like a Flapper Meant a Diet of Celery and Cigarettes. For freedom-loving women of the Roaring Twenties, it was worth it to ditch the corset.

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7 Split-Second Movie Jokes You Totally Missed. Production designers know that only avid fans will ever find them on their own.

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Stories Behind 10 Of The Most Haunted Paintings In The World. You don't want to spend too much time staring at them.

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What Would A Guitar Sound Like If You Played 37 Guitar Pedals All At Once? Samuraiguitarist Steve Onotera decided to find out.

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Eddie Putera Recreates People’s Childhood Memories With Realistic Dioramas. His attention to detail is a real delight.

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The Hidden Dangers of Flexible Work Hours. When you can work any time, you risk ending up working all the time.

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38 Facts About Shakespeare’s 38 Plays. We are still learning about them 402 years after his death.

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