THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

The More You Know

The More You Know

Brain Game

And June

Brain Game

And June

The Vote in Scotland

The Vote in Scotland

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10 Twenty-First Century Bestsellers People Tried to Ban (and Why)

Abbey Stone

11 Things You Might Not Know About 'The Little Mermaid'

Therese Oneill

The animated classic was released 25 years ago this fall.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

Pinokio, the Robot Lamp That Wants Your Attention

Chris Higgins

I've seen dogs that wanted less attention than this lamp.

12 Famous Actors Who Were Completely Cut From Movies

Gem Seddon

Big names that landed on the cutting room floor.

Little-Known Punctuation Marks for National Punctuation Day

Adrienne Crezo

Because sometimes periods, commas, colons, semi-colons, dashes, hyphens, apostrophes, question marks, exclamation points, quotation marks, brackets, parentheses, braces, and ellipses won't do.

Brain Game: Aquatic Birds

Sandy Wood

How Chinese is Chinese Food?

the mag Sean Hutchinson

Fulgurites: The Petrified Physical Evidence Of a Lightning Strike

Mark Mancini

Elva Zona Heaster: The Ghost Who Helped Solve Her Own Murder

Matt Soniak

The only known case in which testimony from a ghost helped convict a murderer.

The Secret Emotional Lives of 5 Punctuation Marks

Arika Okrent

Punctuation marks accept their utilitarian roles, but they too carry feelings, and they express them in subtle ways that are sometimes easy to miss.

Architecture Explained by Hairstyles

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4 Other Notable White House Security Breaches

David W Brown

While ostensibly a fortress and one of the most heavily defended buildings in the world, the White House gets a lot of visitors who aren’t exactly on State Dinner guest lists.

15 Incredible Destinations for Fall Foliage

Mark Mancini

As summer fades and cool air fills our lungs, nothing beats gazing at a warm rainbow of autumn leaves.

The Missing Links: Staying Positive

Colin Patrick

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