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Why Do Tornados Frequently Hit Oklahoma City?

Jessica Bloustein Marshall

Oklahoma City holds the dubious distinction of being the unofficial Tornado Capital of the United States. The U.S.

Morning Cup of Links: Jägermeister Chicken Tacos

Brian Abrams

5 Questions: Kenmore Means More "Ken"

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This Rescued Squirrel Is Quite The Artist

Jill Harness

Plight of the Living Dead: 10 Case Reports of Cotard’s Syndrome

Matt Soniak

First reported in the 1700s, the disorder that's also called "Walking Corpse Syndrome" is still a mystery.

Weekend Links: Super Sand Sculptures

Roma Panganiban

Carl Sagan Puts Human History in Context

Chris Higgins

20 Offbeat Holidays You Can Celebrate in June

Laura Turner Garrison

Plenty of excuses to party this month!

Weekend Links: An All-American Cheese-Rolling Hero

Roma Panganiban

The Late Movies: Remembering the Johnstown Floods

Erica Palan

5 Fun Ways TV Characters Celebrate Real Holidays

Jill Harness

Television characters are always coming up with new and exciting ways to celebrate traditional holidays.

World War I Centennial: First Balkan War Ends

Erik Sass

30 Bits of Commencement Wisdom for the Class of 2013

Lucas Reilly

These commencement speakers said things a little differently this graduation season.

The Missing Links: Five Fails

Colin Patrick

Male Black Widows Practice Cannibalism, Too

Maureen Monahan

Black widow spiders, nature’s femmes fatales, have earned their name from a long-held belief that the females often devour their male counterparts immediately after mating.