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Heroes of the D-Day Invasion

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: Perfumes

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7 Practical Uses for Tattoos

Therese Oneill

Tattooing has become a legitimate art form. And, like art, something magical happens when design and function meet.

The Meteorologists Who Helped Plan D-Day

Hannah Keyser

Today would have been the 70th anniversary of D-Day, if not for an unfavorable weather forecast.

The Missing Links: Don’t Wear A Gorilla Suit to the Zoo

Colin Patrick

The Mystery of the "Space Roar"

John Cuturic

While there are some theories, we still don't know what's causing it.

14 Facts About the Cookiecutter Shark

Erin McCarthy

The cookiecutter is already a cinematic star thanks to a supporting role in the 2011 horror film Shark Night 3D, but there’s a lot about this rarely-seen shark that’s still a mystery.

What’s the Difference Between “Prison” and “Jail”?

Sean Hutchinson

Many use the terms “jail” and “prison” interchangeably, and while both terms refer to areas where people are held, there's a substantial difference between the two methods of incarceration.

5 Questions: "Fair" Play

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What French People in 1900 Thought Life Would Be Like in 2000

Hannah Keyser

In addition to a range of tedious activities going automatic, the biggest theme seems to be an anticipation that we will tire of earthly pursuits and take to the sea and sky.

42 Quotes From Germans About American Troops After World War I

Nick Greene

Excerpts from a 1919 U.S. report on German attitudes towards American troops.

LEGO To Release Female Scientist Figurines

Hannah Keyser

A trio of female scientists—an astronomer, a paleontologist and a chemist—are coming to the LEGO universe later this summer.

This is What Kansas Looks Like (in Timelapse)

Chris Higgins

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

Featuring a comic book sequel to 'Big Trouble in Little China'

The Most Common Cause of Death in Each State Besides Heart Disease and Cancer

Alvin Ward

Using statistics to figure out how you're likely to die.