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Family Cracks Open Chicken Egg to Find Another Egg Inside

Michele Debczak

The phenomenon is rare but not unheard of.

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Smart Shopping Team

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6 Questionable Historical Methods of Controlling Children

Meg Van Huygen

Parents of the past had their shortcuts too.

Fifth Grader Contacts the Police for Help—With Her Math Homework

Kirstin Fawcett

While the officers' hearts were in the right place, their numbers weren't.

The Story Behind the Poem on the Statue of Liberty

Mark Mancini

“The New Colossus" was a later addition, but it's become an essential part of how we think about the statue.

10 Surprising Facts About Alan Rickman

Jennifer M Wood

3. He auditioned for 'Return of the Jedi.'

7 Très Interesting Facts about Canadian French

Arika Okrent

Most Americans don’t need to fly across an ocean to immerse themselves in the French language. There are millions of French speakers just to our north in Canada.

Here's How Far You'd Have to Go Back For English to Stop Making Sense

Michele Debczak

A thousand years ago, English might as well have been a different language.

Morning Cup of Links: Early Drafts of Movie Villains

Miss Cellania

Links to keep you busy all day!

This Light-Up Bike Helmet Helps Keep Cyclists Safe at Night

Kirstin Fawcett

The helmet, called Lumos, has a brake light and turn signals.

14 Things You Didn't Know About Nina Simone

Khalea Underwood

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Jaywalking Behavior Varies by Culture, Study Confirms

Shaunacy Ferro

An analysis of French and Japanese crosswalks found that the former are much more likely to cross against a red light.

These Clever Literary-Themed Teas Come in Book-Shaped Tins

Rebecca OConnell

Cuddle up with 'The Picture of Early Grey'

These Posters Highlight Women in Science Worth Knowing About

Because Marie Curie shouldn't be the only female scientist on your radar

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