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8 Ways to Build Credit Even as a Student

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On This Day in 1936, Charlie Chaplin's 'Modern Times' Debuted

Chris Higgins

It was the last "Little Tramp" movie.

The Wildest Turnover in Patriots' History

Nick Greene

Vladimir Putin walked away with a pretty exclusive souvenir after he met New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in 2005.

This Restaurant Is Embedded Into Italy's Dolomites Mountain Range

Michele Debczak

It's one of the coziest ways to enjoy the area’s natural beauty.

Inside the Tolstoy Family Reunion

Nick Greene

While most of us spend family reunions eating potato salad and trying to recall the name of our third cousin once removed, Leo Tolstoy's descendants listen to Chopin and have marathon War and Pea

What Happens to the Losing Team's Championship Shirts?

Matt Soniak

Manufacturers and retailers produce and stock two sets of T-shirts, hats, and other merchandise, declaring each team the champ. Who gets the losing team's stuff?

Watch More Adventures in Replying to Spam with James Veitch

Chris Higgins

"I'm in." -James Veitch, email hero

This Week's Best Amazon Deals You Can Still Get

Smart Shopping Team

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Oral History: The Strangest Super Bowl Halftime Show Ever

Jake Rossen

With a 3-D 'Moonlighting' episode canned, Coca-Cola was sitting on 26 million pairs of glasses. Enter the 1989 Super Bowl—and Elvis Presto.

The Time Hank Aaron’s Bodyguard Didn’t Shoot

Hannah Keyser

Win the Chance to Wear Dorothy Parker's Mink Coat

Kirstin Fawcett

A Dorothy Parker fan has launched a Kickstarter to purchase the garment from a private collector and return it to the Algonquin Hotel.

On This Day in 1971, Apollo 14 Golfers Arrived on the Moon

Chris Higgins

The next day, Alan Shepard swung his smuggled six-iron.

On The Fast Track: 25 Ways to Learn a New Skill Quickly

Rebecca OConnell

Step one: Warm up your brain.

Can You Solve the Airplane Fuel Riddle?

Chris Higgins

Mid-air refueling for the win!

The Global Biodiversity Atlas Reveals the Secrets of Soil

Nick Greene

There’s a lot of life under our feet—and now we can appreciate that more than ever.