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There's Glass on Mars, and It Could Hold Ancient Life

Shaunacy Ferro

Glass deposits detected on Mars could have preserved evidence of ancient life on the Red Planet.

The Most Disproportionately Popular Cuisine in Each State

Alvin Ward

Potholes in Panama City are Tweeting Complaints to the Local Government

Beth Anne Macaluso

Tired of trying to get the attention of your city government? Why not let the thing you planned to complain about do the work for you?

7 Ways Animals Behave Badly

Linda Lombardi

If you like to romanticize the natural world and its creatures, you're in for a few unpleasant surprises.

New Sensor Turns Surfboards into Data Collectors

Sonia Weiser

Monitoring the world's oceans isn't cheap. This new invention could revolutionize how scientists and researchers get data—and help surfers be smarter when hanging 10.

This Water Bottle Glows When You Need to Drink More

Shaunacy Ferro

HidrateMe reminds you to drink plenty of water.

13 Things You Might Not Know About 'The Catcher in the Rye'

Daniel Kolitz

Geography Trivia Questions of Escalating Difficulty

Watch this Adventurer Age as He Spends a Year Walking Across China

Hannah Keyser

From 2007 to 2008, Christoph Rehage walked a grand total of 4,500 kilometers.

Go to Work in a London Treehouse

Shaunacy Ferro

A new park coworking space is opening up in London.

This Could Be The Last Video Footage Ever Taken Of Amelia Earhart

Hannah Keyser

How a Bird in New Zealand Went from Hero to Public Enemy

Matt Soniak

Acclimatization societies imported the yellowhammer to get rid of pests—and then it became a pest itself.

The 12 Most Recognizable Scents (of 1982)

Jake Rossen

Ahhh, cigarette butts.

Why Are Shirt Buttons On Different Sides For Men and Women?

Caitlin Schneider

Two Service Dogs Make Appearance in High School Yearbook

Rebecca OConnell