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AMNH's Adults-Only Sleepover

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NYC's American Museum of Natural History threw an "adults-only" slumber party. One hundred and fifty lucky museum goers got to sleep under the blue whale. We're jealous!

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A "lost" Dr. Seuss collection is about to be published by Random House. Readers can look forward to more adventures with Horton the elephant.

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It turns out some people really do need more sleep than others. Scientists discovered a gene mutation that allows some to function better than others with less sleep.

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What is Weird Al wearing on his new album cover? Not what you thought.

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Very cool vintage wedding pictures. Some dresses stood the test of time better than others.

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This couple posed with their dog as if it was a newborn baby. The dog is a surprisingly good sport about it.

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Illustrations of objects found in Alfred Hitchcock movie murder scenes. The extremely detailed subjects get more interesting the longer you look at them.

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Check out every version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in one infographic. The chart is both nostalgic and horrifying.

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A dog is rejected after walking 30 miles to its family's home. It's OK, because she took a private jet to her new home.

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It's never too soon to start ranking music. PMA has a list of the best tracks of 2014 so far.

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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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