The 1900 Olympics featured a live pigeon shooting event. The winner bagged 21 pigeons.
IBM has created a supercomputer that plays the TV game show Jeopardy. In English. And yes, it buzzes in.
Did you do anything special for Valentine's Day? Already planning next year's romantic adventure?
World War I ended nearly 100 years ago, but in some places along what used to be the Western Front, in France and Belgium and near the Swiss border, the shadow of death and danger cast by that war liv
Whatever happened to home trash compactors?
The other night I was watching the Valentines episode of The Office and had to pause the TiVo.
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By Kelly Ferguson
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Some of them are adorable. Some of them are atrocious. All of them are, on some level, creepy. They are the mascots of the Winter Olympic Games, and these are their stories.
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