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World War I Centennial: A Spectacular Murder Rocks France

Erik Sass

We're covering the events that led to WWI exactly 100 years later.

15 Terrific Alternatives to “Hello”

First impressions are important, so why be boring when there are so many other ways to greet and say “Hello”?

15 Scientific Reasons Spring Is the Most Delightful Season

Summer, winter, and fall may have their fans, but spring is clearly the best season. Even science agrees!

15 Delightful Foreign Terms of Endearment English Should Adopt

English is packed with great words, but even the best words can fall short when you’re feeling affectionate.

The Origins of 15 Beloved Playground Games

It’s hard to pinpoint precisely where these games originated, there’s some incredible history behind your childhood favorites.

15 Delightful Parenting Tricks From The Animal Kingdom

If you have child-rearing questions, Mother Nature’s got plenty of helpful tips… most of which won’t show up in traditional parenting manuals.

15 Delightful Facts About Saint Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

15 Sweet Moments in Candy History

Candy isn’t just delicious—it’s been involved in its share of important and sticky historical moments.

15 Very Specific Colors You Didn't Know Had Names

Go beyond the crayon box with these little-known colors. Hey, you might even find a new shade for your living room walls.

15 Productivity Secrets from Very Prolific Writers

Stimulate your creativity with a cat, a hunk of cocoa, or a bowl of rotting fruit.

15 Antiquated Words for “Happy” We Should Bring Back

We're celebrating the 15th of March with a whole bunch of '15 lists,' presented by GEICO. Happy 15 Day!

'Free to Be...You and Me' Turns 40

Glynnis MacNicol

Forty years ago this week, the TV special Free To Be You And Me aired on ABC.

Elks, Shriners and Masons: How 6 "Old Man" Frats Got Their Names and Symbols

Therese Oneill The Week

Some insight into how these lodges formed, and why they chose their baffling symbols.

11 Movies that Shaped the Digital Revolution

Sean Hutchinson

Hollywood is changing: Paramount Pictures no longer produces films on celluloid and Old Guard directors like Martin Scorsese are shooting their movies with digital cameras.

11 Photos of Ukraine's Soviet-Era Nuclear Missile Silo

Robin Esrock

Pushing this button in 1978 would have triggered a global nuclear war. Welcome to the Toolbox of Armageddon.