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Bioengineered Replica of Vincent van Gogh's Ear Comes to New York

Rebecca OConnell

You've seen the artist without the ear, now see the ear without the artist.

11 American Castles You Can Visit

Kristy Puchko

Few things say "status" like a castle.

A Boiled-Down History of Porridge and Gruel in 7 Facts

Janet Burns

The mushy mixture gracing your breakfast, lunch, or dinner has a long history with hungry humans—possibly reaching back further than civilization itself.

Enjoy Death Star-Shaped Waffles for Breakfast

Kirstin Fawcett

Even the most important meal of the day isn't immune to the 'Star Wars' hype.

11 Handy Facts About Leatherman Tools

Ethan Trex

If not for a long vacation, an unreliable car, an understanding wife, and a determined inventor, the granddaddy of them all, the Leatherman Pocket Survival Tool, would never have been created.

5 Questions: "Head"y Stuff

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People Feel Older When They're in a Bad Mood, Study Suggests

Shaunacy Ferro

Or we are in a bad mood when we feel older.

11 Ways to Maximize Your Time in Any City

Make the most of your vacation no matter how short your itinerary, just remember these tips for maximizing your trip to any city.

Carnivorous Plant Uses Rain to Spring Its Trap

Matt Soniak

“Rain, rain, go away, come again another day” is not a sentiment that many would disagree with.

Giant Rat Fossils Discovered on East Timor

Anna Green

The giant rats weighed as much as a small dog.

A Maryland Island Is Sinking Into the Chesapeake Bay

Kirstin Fawcett

Researchers blame climate change.

Chinese Researchers Have Developed Creepy Paper That Walks

Andrew LaSane

The special carbon-based paper expands and contracts when hit with infrared light.

10 Football Passing Routes Explained

Benjamin Lampkin

There are all kinds of rules about who lines up where and why, but we’ll stick to the basics with a description of some of the most common routes and what they look like on the field.

LA Kicks Off a Program to Save Rainwater for Drought Usage

Shaunacy Ferro

The water-starved region is trying to make the most of the upcoming El Niño winter.

Italy's Mysterious 'Park of Monsters'

Bess Lovejoy

These strange, moss-covered sculptures have been luring visitors for well over 400 years.

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