With scientists rallying for the five dwarf planets (yes, Pluto) to be included in the "official" planet lineup, we're going to need a bigger mnemonic.

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Every year, the Miss Universe pageant revives the absurdity that is the National Costume Show, with contestants dressed in supposedly representative outfits from their home countries that might be tasteful but are more frequently bizarre. Enjoy.

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For casual viewers without the attention span to sit through the entire Hobbit film trilogy, or true Tolkien fans with no patience for Peter Jackson's, er, creative deviations from the source text, a dedicated viewer has cut together a single, four-hour Hobbit movie that's both more authentically canon and a whole lot shorter.

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When there's something strange in the neighborhood, who you gonna call? The new all-female cast of the Ghostbusters reboot, of course.

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A French court may recently have prevented a couple from naming their newborn "Nutella," but that hasn't stopped plenty of Americans from naming their own babies after beloved food items.

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A New York City sign language interpreter has an over-the-top but effective way of helping the non-hearing community understand what's going on.

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Though she was barely a teenager, Holocaust victim Anne Frank's diary contained wise, wonderful insights worth treasuring years after her death.