THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

U.S. Military Operation or Brand of Cat Litter?

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Sure, you know your Operation Desert Storms from your Purina Cat Chows. But what about when they could go either way? Then how smart are you?

Brain Game: Step by Step

Sandy Wood

Brain Game: Bill the Cat

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Moore is More

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5 Questions: Piece o' My "Hart"

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Fish cough.

Fish cough.

FORE! The Golf Quiz

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Long before Tiger Woods and Michelle Wie came on the scene, golf was already a very popular sport here in the U.S. and across the pond in the U.K. See how well you know the sport by taking a swing through our golf quiz now!

5 Questions: Nervous "Rex"

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5 Questions: Ed Norden

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Before joining the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain played one season for the Harlem Globetrotters. He was the first member of the team to have his jersey (#13) retired.

Before joining the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain played one season for the Harlem Globetrotters. He was the first member of the team to have his jersey (#13) retired.

5 Questions: What a Ham

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Morning Cup of Links: A Die Hard Christmas

Miss Cellania

NBC was the first network to pioneer the “credit squeeze.” They started the trend in 1994 by showing the closing credit scroll in a split-screen format, with the right half of the screen filled with station promos and clips from upcoming programs.

NBC was the first network to pioneer the “credit squeeze.” They started the trend in 1994 by showing the closing credit scroll in a split-screen format, with the right half of the screen filled with station promos and clips from upcoming programs.

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