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Friday Happy Hour

Signs in the Workplace

Friday Happy Hour

Signs in the Workplace

WWI Centennial

Bloodbath at Liège

WWI Centennial

Bloodbath at Liège

Tweeting Rainbow

Tweeting Rainbow

Brain Game

Meet Sandy & Kara

Brain Game

Meet Sandy & Kara

All the Pop Songs of TMNT

All the Pop Songs of TMNT

Brain Game

Thu for Thursday

Brain Game

Thu for Thursday

Give the Monkey Credit

Give the Monkey Credit

Bill Nye Emails the White House

Bill Nye Emails the White House

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Brain Game: Artificial

Sandy Wood

Math's Top Prize Given to a Woman for the First Time

Erin McCarthy

The International Mathematical Union awarded the Fields Medal to Maryam Mirzakhani, a 37-year-old professor at Stanford.

The Missing Links: Interviewing Mr. Mayor

Colin Patrick

15 Things You May Not Have Known About 'Scream'

Sean Hutchinson

We won’t spoil the big reveal, but even if you know the ending of Wes Craven’s horror masterpiece, these facts may be able to shock you.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

9 Unfamiliar Things You’d See in a Hospital in 1900

Hospital technology has come a long way since the beginning of the 20th century.

Humphrey Bogart Writing to Lauren Bacall

Alvin Ward

"You'll soon be here, Baby, and when you come you'll bring everything that's important to me in this world with you."

9 Tips for Avoiding London Pickpockets from a 19th Century Guide

Erin McCarthy

There's a Hexagonal Hurricane on Saturn

Chris Higgins

Morning Cup of Links: Remembering Lauren Bacall

Hannah Keyser

7 International Names for American Products

Rudie Obias

American products are available around the world—but they're not always called by the name they've been given in the U.S.

Is it a Bald-Faced or Bold-Faced Lie?

Kara Kovalchik

When a child with chocolate smeared on his face assures Mom that he didn't steal his brother's candy bar, is he telling a bald-faced or bold-faced lie?

6 Medical Theories From 1900 That Didn't Pan Out

The early years of the 20th century were a crucial time in the history of medicine, as breakthroughs in surgical techniques, sanitation, and scientific rigor helped doctors become far more effective a

Kurt Vonnegut and the Day Scientists Went on Strike

Nick Greene

7 Historical Cures for Insomnia

the mag

Warm milk isn’t cutting it? Take a cue from the Renaissance and swab Rover’s ears.

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