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10 Witchy Facts About ‘The Crucible’

Joy Lanzendorfer

It's not really about the Salem Witch Trials.

100,000 White Balloons Turn a London Shopping Center Into a Cloud

Shaunacy Ferro

The exhibition, from an art series called 'Invasions,' is part of the London Design Festival.

Dutch Designers Make Leather Bags Out of Discarded Fruit

Shaunacy Ferro

One man's trash is another man's fashion-forward material.

America's Last Sumatran Rhino Is Relocating to Find a Mate

Michele Debczak

Experts hope Harapan will have better luck breeding on his species' home island.

5-Million-Year-Old Whale Skull Found in Virginia Swamp

Anna Green

A diver discovered an ancient 500 pound whale skull in a river in Virginia

9 Solid Facts About Bull Terriers

Rebecca OConnell

It’s impossible not to have fun when you're hanging out with this goofy breed.

What Breaking the Sound Barrier Looks Like

Shaunacy Ferro

NASA used a 150-year-old photography technique to visualize a sonic boom.

There are Two Kinds of Hashtags—Which One Do You Use Most?

Gretchen McCulloch

How is language evolving on the Internet? In this series on internet linguistics, Gretchen McCulloch breaks down the latest innovations in online communication.

15 Things You Might Not Know About ‘Roseanne’

Amanda Green

The groundbreaking series that made Roseanne Barr a household name also launched Joss Whedon's career.

Morning Cup of Links: VMA Fashions

Miss Cellania

Why Do Airlines Serve Peanuts?

Bess Lovejoy the mag

How the snack became the standard.

The Divers, Robots, and Toilets Saving NYC's Water Supply

Jake Rossen

How do you plug leaks in an 85-mile long tunnel buried 700 feet in the ground?

German Designer Builds a Lock for Your Nutella Jar

Jennifer M Wood

Thieving hazelnut spread fans beware.

10 More Athletes with Weird Contract Clauses

Jake Rossen

When you're already making millions, you need to start making other demands. Like cooking classes.

Rare Fuzzy Nautilus Spotted for the First Time in Decades

Hannah Keyser

There may have once been many different kinds of externally-shelled cephalopods populating the oceans, but these days, there are only seven known nautilus species—the rarest of which was just seen aga