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The Best Pizza Cities in America

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The Top 10 U.S. Cities For Pizza. Let the arguments begin!
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Vintage advertisements trace the changes in our culture over time. Eventually, we are astonished at how bizarre everything used to be.
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CBS is developing a new medical drama series that draws its inspiration from The Wizard of Oz. We don't yet know how they're going to do it, but the series is titled Dorothy.
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We would all watch more game shows if they came with baskets full of kittens. 8 Out of 10 Cats decided they did not want to be in baskets.
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A documentary about orcas has inspired Pixar to change the planned ending to Finding Dory. The sequel to Finding Nemo is liable to have more influence on the next generation than any documentary.
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20 Works of Architecture That Belong in a Sci-Fi Film. Even some that are decades old still look futuristic.
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Behind the Johnson & Johnson Curse. A new book suggests the family's many scandals, failures, and tragedies are more than can be explained as the byproducts of fame and fortune.
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16 Ways To Make A Better PB&J. Time to get adventurous with comfort food!
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Should we allow prisoners to smoke weed? After all, that's how a good number of inmates got there in the first place.

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How A Wrinkle in Time Inspired Female Scientists
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True Stories of How A Wrinkle in Time Inspired Female Scientists. The right book at the right time can change the world.

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How a Pile of Unpaid Bills Led to Washington, D.C. The new city was to be a haven from angry creditors.

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At the NBA All-Star Game, Fergie Performed "The Star Spangled Banner" as a Sultry Torch Song. The response was not so much outrage as it was laughter.

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Hawai‘i’s Last Outlaw Hippies. They've been squatting in the Kalalau Valley for 50 years, but that's coming to an end.

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The Insect That Painted Europe Red. When Conquistadors brought cochineal insects back from the Aztec empire, the color they produced made Spanish dyers rich.

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A New Model Predicts That the 'Ideal' Mammal Is 2.5 Times Bigger Than an Elephant. That model assumes adequate resources from an abundant Earth.

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New York’s Oldest Dim Sum Restaurant and the Secrets of Chinatown. Take a tour of Doyers Street, also known as Bloody Angle.

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15 of History's Greatest Mad Scientists. How being downright insane can lead to thinking outside the box.

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5 Surprising Things DNA Has Revealed About Our Ancestors
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Five Surprising Things DNA Has Revealed About Our Ancestors. Our genes are largely the result of travel and intermingling.

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The Top 10 National Parks You've Probably Never Heard Of. One of them may be closer to you than you thought.

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The Well-Dressed Suffragist. If you're going to protest, you'll need to buy a charming new hat.

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The Presidential Portrait That Was the “Ugliest Thing” LBJ Ever Saw. (The artist did not take that comment kindly.)

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In the game Robot Mind Meld, the object is to come up with the same word as a robot in as few steps as possible. Keep in mind that the robot is not as intuitive as you are.

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The Father Of Artistic Figure Skating. It was all about making a perfect figure 8 on the ice until Jackson Haines came along.

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Amazon's Big Gamble on Grocery Delivery. What impact could a giant competitor have on existing businesses?

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President John Tyler's Grandsons Are Still Alive. Tyler took office in 1841, and eventually had 15 children.

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