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5 Creative Ways Directors Put Horses on Stage

Emma del Valle

Here are a few notable instances in which directors and designers have approached this challenge with creativity, resourcefulness, and absurdity.

Meet the World's First Family Robot

Jessica Hullinger

Can Jibo come live with you?

The Missing Links: How Well Do You Know the Cartoon Mascots?

Colin Patrick

How Well Do You Know the Cartoon Mascots?

Delano Las Vegas: Grand Opening

Coming Fall 2014

What 12 Disney Movies Were Almost Called

Stacy Conradt

You may think you've never heard of the Disney classics 'King of the Jungle,' Lady,' or 'Moving Buddies,' but trust us—you have.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

This week's comics include the death of Archie Andrews, the first Asian-American superhero and Bryan Lee O'Malley's followup to Scott Pilgrim

WWI Centennial: Missed Signals

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.

Brain Game: The Big Poke

Sandy Wood

10 Ways to See the Dinosaur in a Bird

Brian Switek

Forget everything you’ve heard about dinosaurs dying out 66 million years ago. That’s not true.

41 Things You Might Not Know About Dogs

Hannah Keyser Rebecca OConnell

This week John Green talks puppies!

Why Do We Laugh When We're Tickled?

Erin McCarthy

One thing is for sure: It’s not because we find it funny. In fact, many people find tickling very unpleasant. So why does it make us laugh?

Lowe's Employees Stayed Late to Fix Vietnam Vet's Wheelchair

Alvin Ward

When an amputee's wheelchair fell apart, three men jumped into action.

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15 Things You May Not Have Known About 'Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li'

Sean Hutchinson

No matter how many times you’ve defeated M. Bison with a devastating spinning bird kick, you can always learn something new about Street Fighter.

8 Cons that Seem Too Ridiculous To Be True

Heidi Redlitz

Confidence artistry requires both a tricky scheme and a victim to fall for it.