THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

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45 Things You Might Not Know About The Presidents

Jason English

Be the life of your Presidents' Day party!

President John Tyler's Grandsons Are Still Alive

Jason English

John Tyler was born in 1790. He took office in 1841, after William Henry Harrison died. And he has two living grandchildren.

WWI Centennial: Young Turks Plot Armenian Genocide

Erik Sass

15 Animals With Crazy Sex Lives

Amanda Green

Birds do it, bees do it—and sometimes it gets kinky.

15 Foods Invented (or Perfected) in Chicago Besides Deep Dish Pizza

Garin Pirnia

14 Behind-the-Scenes Photos from 40 Years of ‘SNL’

Jennifer M Wood

Photos from 'Saturday Night Live: The Book,' an encyclopedia-history book hybrid that takes readers behind the scenes at Studio 8H.

15 Animal Superlatives

Michael Arbeiter

15 Weird and Awesome Werner Herzog Facts

Erin McCarthy

15 Backdoor Pilots That Never Became TV Shows

Michael Arbeiter

15 -Ologists and What They Study

Amanda Green

There's an -ologist for every subject worth studying. Now let's study -ologists!

15 Quirks of U.S. Presidents You Didn’t Learn in School

Behind closed doors, America’s historic Commanders-in-Chief were just like the rest of us: riddled with odd habits, esoteric hobbies, and strange fears.

15 Pairs of Words That Seem Etymologically Related, But Aren’t

Arika Okrent

Words suggest one thing, but their histories tell us another.

15 Amazing Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Goats

Over the millennia, we’ve found a range of interesting uses for these incredible animals—which are also capable of some unbelievable feats of their own.

15 Pictures of People Wasting Perfectly Good Alcohol During Prohibition

Jennifer M Wood

15 Pop Culture-Inspired Wines

Jennifer M Wood

Drink in the vino, soak up the pop culture

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