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17 Painless Facts About 'M*A*S*H'

Roger Cormier

It's still the only primetime series to be watched by more than 100 million Americans.

Artist Makes Anatomy Adorable Through the Power of Knitting

Michele Debczak

Equal parts creepy and cute.

Watch Vintage 'Star Wars' Public Service Announcements

Chris Higgins

Who knew R2-D2 was a smoker?!

7 Surprising Facts About Garth Brooks

James L Menzies

He’s got friends in low places and one multifaceted career.

Why Do All Zippers Have the Letters YKK on Them?

Shaunacy Ferro

A single company makes more than 7 billion zippers a year.

11 Wonderful Words from 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory'

Angela Tung

Happy Roald Dahl Day!

A Brief History of the British Royal Family

Chris Higgins

Real-Life Bionic Man Receives 3D-Printed Ribs and Sternum

Abbey Stone

In a groundbreaking surgery, a 54-year-old Spanish cancer patient had his sternum and a portion of his ribcage replaced with a 3D-printed titanium implant.

World’s First Pentacontakaitetracopter Takes Flight

Roma Panganiban

Can 54 drone rotors be assembled in such a way that they lift a seated human being into the air for a sustained period of time?

Mister Rogers is on Netflix and Amazon Prime

Chris Higgins

It's a neighborly day in this beautywood...online!

30 Fascinating Facts About Your Favorite Disney Animations

From racial controversies to box office bombs, the Mouse House’s most famous animated features weren't always fairy tales in real life.

Why Do I Breathe Air?

Jen Pinkowski

The latest story in WHY?, our new series for curious kids and their parents.

Get Entangled With History's Longest Beard

Caitlin Schneider

If a beard signifies wisdom, Hans Langseth must've been the most enlightened man in history.

Love Ancient Ruins? Play ArchaeoMadness

Jen Pinkowski

It's like March Madness for archaeology nerds (check!).

10 Starry Facts About 'Contact'

Mark Mancini

"Are we alone in the universe?" is a question that many movies have asked. But few have given it more thought than this 1997 adaptation of Carl Sagan’s bestselling novel.

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