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14 Things You Might Not Know About 'Sweet Valley High'

Jake Rossen

The infamous Book #40 may have actually saved lives.

The Time Google Enticed Job Applicants With a Math Riddle on a Billboard

Michele Debczak

People could only submit their resumes after they solved two math puzzles.

Awe-Inspiring Photos of Underwater Worlds

Shaunacy Ferro

Photographer Anuar Patjane captures sharks, whales, and dolphins in their natural habitats.

Hundreds of People Are Living Beneath the Streets of Las Vegas

Michele Debczak

Many have turned the flood tunnels of Sin City into permanent homes

8 Movies That Almost Starred Keanu Reeves

Jennifer M Wood

Whoa!

How a Gene Sequencing Machine Saved the Chocolate Bar

Anna Green

This 500-pound machine saved us from the horror of living in a world without chocolate.

Poster Artist Drew Struzan Changed the Way We See Movies

Andrew LaSane

You may not know his name, but he designed all of your favorite movie posters.

D.C. Public Schools Will Teach Every Kid How to Ride a Bike

Shaunacy Ferro

Learning how to ride will become part of 2nd grade physical education classes in the nation's capital.

Pick the Missing "Feeling" Word From These Movie Titles

Take the quiz!

12 Historic Philadelphia Bars You Can Visit

Rachel Semigran

Locals and visitors alike can step into the very same watering holes in which our founding fathers and their progeny debated policies over pints.

The Missing Links: A 120,000-Piece LEGO Hobbit Recreation

Colin Patrick

Afternoon Map: Fancy New Maps Show the Width of North America's Rivers

Shaunacy Ferro

New satellite image technology is helping researchers determine exactly how wide remote waterways are.

Why Do People Like Running? It’s Hormonal, Study Finds

Shaunacy Ferro

Scientists find that a hormone involved in satiety may be responsible for runner’s high.

11 Fast Facts About Ferrari

Jenny Peters

How much do you really know about the iconic Italian auto maker?

Help Fund a Campaign to Reissue NASA's 1975 Design Manual

Caitlin Schneider

The manual defined the look of the national space program for nearly two decades before it was abruptly repealed.

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