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16 Fantastic Pixar Sand Sculptures

Jill Harness

For most of us, making sand castles while playing at the beach is pure fun. But for professional sand sculptors, building art from sand is real work.

Vantablack: A New Material So Dark, You Can't See It

Jessica Hullinger

If I were a supervillain, I’d want my name to be Vantablack. Unfortunately, that moniker is already taken, but not by a Hollywood bad guy.

The Missing Links: Behind the Scenes at 'Seinfeld'

Colin Patrick

When Johnny Cash Met Richard Nixon

Bill DeMain

Richard Nixon was hoping for a light-hearted, impromptu concert at the White House, but the Man in Black delivered a full-frontal musical attack on the president's policies.

11 of Abe Lincoln’s Favorite Stories

Mark Mancini

“That reminds me…” When Lincoln uttered those three simple words, you knew it was time to get comfy.

Holy Throwback! Photos From the Set of 'Batman'

Rebecca O'Connell

Adorable Primate Does an Impressive Impression of a Cobra

Matt Soniak

The Most Iconic Soft Drink in Each State

Jason English

What's your state's signature soft drink?

11 Remnants of the Bastille You Can Still See Today

Arika Okrent

On July 14, 1789, the French Revolution began with the storming of the Bastille prison.

What Do Players Get for Winning the World Cup?

Nick Greene

Immortality is nice and all, but it doesn't keep strudel on the table.

Brain Game: Math Square #224

Sandy Wood

8 Foods on the Actual Paleo Diet

Brian Switek

What did our Ice Age ancestors eat?

How Does One Actually Read Tea Leaves?

Nick Greene

WWI Centennial: “A Leap In The Dark”

Erik Sass

The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

WATCH THIS: "Going Deep With David Rees"

Chris Higgins

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