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Cameras in This Japanese Subway Station Can Spot Drunkenness

Michele Debczak

West Japan Railways is using technology to keep intoxicated riders safe.

How to Drive Safely, According to a Martian-Filled 1959 PSA

Shaunacy Ferro

“Stop Driving Us Crazy!” puts a religious spin on reckless driving.

No Small Splatter: The 10 Slimiest Stunts of 'Double Dare'

Jake Rossen

The show's production designer on the art of crafting giant, booger-filled noses.

Stoners Keep Stealing 420 Mile Markers, So Some States Have Replaced Them With 419.9

Hannah Keyser

Some states have been forced to replace them with less appealing numerals.

Inside Disney World's Secret "Tunnels"

Stacy Conradt

Walt was all about preserving the magic of his theme parks. Here's how he made it happen in Orlando.

Cats Helped Drive Some Early Dogs in North America to Extinction

Mark Mancini

A recent study offers cat lovers some new ammunition in the "cat vs. dog" superiority debate.

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People Think Food Labeled "Organic" Tastes Better—Even If The Label Is Fake

Hannah Keyser

A new study has found that people think the same food tastes better when it's labeled as ethically sourced.

How Tea Parties Got Their Start—and How to Hold One Like a Victorian

Bess Lovejoy

Everyone knows to never use red cloth at any party unless royalty is present. Right?

The Gruesome Assassination of Leon Trotsky

Erin Blakemore

How a one-time Soviet hero ended up buried in his backyard in Mexico.

Is Everything I Read in the Dictionary True?

Amanda Green the mag

Morning Cup of Links: Hawaii’s Cat Island

Miss Cellania

15 of the Coolest Clique Names in Pop Culture

Angela Tung

While not every school has cliques, nearly all of them in pop culture seem to.

Turn Any Photo Into an Emoji Mosaic

Rebecca OConnell

Your New Morning Brew: Beer Jelly

Hannah Keyser

Thanks to a new spread, you can indulge without being judged by your breakfast companions.