THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: As Clear as...

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Something described as "cordiform" is heart-shaped.

Something described as "cordiform" is heart-shaped.

Minnows have teeth in their throats.

Minnows have teeth in their throats.

5 Questions: "Per"spective

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As of 2010, Joseph Stalin's daughter Svetlana was living in a one-bedroom apartment in Richland Center, Wisconsin.

As of 2010, Joseph Stalin's daughter Svetlana was living in a one-bedroom apartment in Richland Center, Wisconsin.

The Armistice Day Quiz

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Today is Veterans Day, which gives us all a good opportunity to thank the troops who have served our country. The holiday was formerly known as Armistice Day, though, and it celebrated the armistice that ended the fighting in World War I. How much do you know about that armistice and the holiday it inspired? Let's find out.

5 Questions: 09/15/08

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Name the Members of the Supreme Court

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With all the coverage of the Supreme Court this week, let's test your judicial knowledge. Can you name the 20 justices who have been appointed to the court since 1962?

Tattoos have been around for a long time. Ancient Greeks used them to brand spies, Romans used them to mark slaves, M?ori used them as symbols of rank and lineage, and Ainu women were tattooed as a prerequisite for marriage and the afterlife.

Tattoos have been around for a long time. Ancient Greeks used them to brand spies, Romans used them to mark slaves, M?ori used them as symbols of rank and lineage, and Ainu women were tattooed as a prerequisite for marriage and the afterlife.

11 Debut Films of Famous Directors

Kathleen Elise

Even the most cinematically inclined of us may not have heard of the debut films of some of today’s most well-known directors.

Morning Cup of Links: On the Lookout for Stolen Art

Miss Cellania

The French Kiss isn’t from France; it’s actually a slur against the nation. In the 1920s, the English derided the French as the kind of people who’d go around sticking their tongues where they didn’t belong.

The French Kiss isn’t from France; it’s actually a slur against the nation. In the 1920s, the English derided the French as the kind of people who’d go around sticking their tongues where they didn’t belong.

5 Questions: The Luckiest in the World

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