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Fashion at the VMAs

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Who wore it best on the red carpet at the VMAs? And will Miley's tongue ever return to her mouth?
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Tara Stacey was scammed by a ticket scalper. Instead of sobbing over it, she wrote a little song for a viral video revenge.
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26 Symptoms Of Entering Your Senior Year Of College. It's time to get serious about school before it's all over.
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Dean Norris Spoils the End of Breaking Bad. To be honest, his Funny or Die routine contains no spoilers.
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Extreme science sometimes calls for extreme conditions. Take a look at the coldest, the hottest, the highest, the lowest, the deepest, and the biggest science laboratories on earth.
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Dubstep cat! Oh, you'll say, "That's not dubstep…" but wait for the drop.
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When Sarah Horn volunteered to sing with Kristin Chenoweth at the Hollywood Bowl, many were so impressed they figured she must be a plant. But the audience volunteer bit is in every show, so eventually they're gonna run into someone who has the chops to do it well.
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How to avoid being rude (according to 100-year-old etiquette rules). God forbid that boisterous women should draw the attention of impertinent loafers.
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9 Very Rare (and Very Expensive) Video Game Cartridges. Keep your eyes out at the next neighborhood yard sale!

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The Duckmaster Rules the Roost at the Peabody Hotel
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Peter Burka, Flickr // CC BY-SA 2.0

The Duckmaster Rules the Roost at the Peabody Hotel. The ducks have been the stars of the show for 85 years.

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Remembering One of the Most Violent Days in the History of the U.S. Senate. A passionate but insulting speech brought out a congressman's wrath—and his cane.

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Investigating One of the Oldest Private Detective Agencies in Paris. The Duluc Détective is still in business after 105 years.

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Why Does Harrison Ford Love Indy And Hate Han? He's been willing to play older versions of both characters anyway, plus Rick Deckard.

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Pterodactyls Probably Didn’t Fly Like We Think They Did. A new study theorizes they resembled birds more than bats in flight.

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Rollin' on the River: Pittsburgh Shanty Boat Life. Thousands who couldn't afford land or rent lived in homemade barge houses.

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How Succulents Took Over Instagram—and Then the World. They make a perfect garden for the Millennial lifestyle.

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Resilience Isn't Innate. Here's How We Can Cultivate It.

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An ‘Outtake’ Video of the Royal Wedding
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BEN STANSALL, AFP/Getty Images

This ‘Outtake’ Video of the Royal Wedding is So Dumb—But So Very Enjoyable. As if it were like everyone else's wedding.

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A Lonely Avocado Searches for His Other Half in The Pits. This sweet short film, written by David Bizzaro, has been selected for more than 30 film festivals so far.

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We’ll First Find Aliens on Eyeball Planets. These are exoplanets that are tidally locked to their star, and carry a thin habitable zone in a ring shape.

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Vulture Ranks Every Star Wars Movie. Ten mini-reviews to justify the rankings include Solo without giving away too much.

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Han Solo was Almost in Revenge of the Sith. His part would have been too silly to believe.

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Deep in the Honduran Rain Forest, an Ecological SWAT Team Explores a Lost World. The diverse biology is a bigger treasure than the lost city that lured explorers there in the first place.

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Roxy, the Long Island Railroad Dog. He knew every train and its schedule, and how to get where he wanted to go.

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The Great Fertility Reversion. America's plummeting birth rate might not be as dire as it seems.

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