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Fix Things On the Go With Hot Glue Matches

Rebecca OConnell

Get crafty (even without the plug).

16 Fascinating Facts About 'Training Day'

Roger Cormier

Denzel Washington played against type, and won an Oscar for his efforts.

Los Angeles Restaurant Serves 'Star Wars' Chocolate

Rebecca OConnell

Eat them we will.

He's So Hot Right Now: New York Has a Will Ferrell-Themed Bar

Erika Berlin

I'm Ron Burgundy?

Rainy Weather Could Spell Doom for This Year's Pumpkin Pie

Bess Lovejoy

Let the pumpkin hoarding begin.

7 Presidential Facts About William Henry Harrison

Benjamin Lampkin

Learn more about our ninth president, William Henry Harrison.

The Missing Links: The ABCs of Dogs

Rebecca OConnell

Some necessary décor for dog lovers, the real-life tales behind your favorite scary stories, and more in today's missing links.

Recent Study Shows How Perceptions of Aging Vary By Culture

Anna Green

In a study of three cultures, researchers found perceptions of memory amongst the elderly vary significantly.

Homo Naledi's Bones Were Made For Walking … and Climbing

Jen Pinkowski

The small-brained creature's feet and hands show an intriguing mix of modern and primitive.

25 Awesome Cosplays from New York Comic Con 2015

Adam Clement

Geeks are a passionate lot, and there's no better way to wear that louder or prouder than on one's sleeve—literally.

The World's Lightest Metal is 100 Times Lighter Than Styrofoam

Andrew LaSane

A material 100 times lighter than Styrofoam.

Using a Hoverboard in Public is Illegal, British Police Say

Caitlin Schneider

Keep your self-balancing scooter to yourself if you want to avoid a ticket.

What Kind of Emailer Are You? New Study Compiles Stats on Emailing Habits

Anna Green

A recent study finds that most people respond to emails within a day.

11 Spunky Facts About the Maltese

Rebecca OConnell

Learn more about one of the world's oldest lap dogs.

Scientists Successfully Create Brain-to-Brain Link

Jordan Rosenfeld

Through a brain-to-brain interface, subjects guessed accurately 72 percent of the time.