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A Tablet for Seniors That Comes With Uber

Shaunacy Ferro

For people who can still see well enough to check email, but not well enough to drive after sunset.

Who Owns Antarctica?

Chris Higgins

Everyone, no one, but especially maybe the U.S. and Russia. Maybe.

How One Colorado Town Honors a Corpse It Keeps on Ice

Bess Lovejoy

Grandpa's in the Tuff Shed.

Take an Animated Ride Through 50 Years of Iconic Film Cars

Andrew LaSane

Watch this cool illustrated parade of more than 50 famous vehicles from the silver screen.

WWI Centennial: Allies Complete Gallipoli Evacuation

Erik Sass

The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

Roofs Covered With Plastic Grass Could Harness Wind Energy

Michele Debczak

Giving "going green" a whole new meaning.

Scientists Create the First Age Map of the Milky Way

Shaunacy Ferro

A new technique allows scientists to reveal the galaxy's young, old, and middle-age stars.

Embroidered Tennis Rackets Put a New Spin on a Classic Craft

Anna Green

Covered with colorful flowers, the rackets put a new spin on traditional floral imagery.

Happy Birthday, David Bowie! Here's to the Rocker Who's Accomplished Far More Than We Ever Will

Kirstin Fawcett

With a new website, you can find out exactly what the famed glam rocker was doing at each stage of his life.

Dinosaurs May Have Performed Bird-like Dances to Attract Mates

Michele Debczak

This would have been quite a sight 100 million years ago.

Meet the Man Who Designed the Hottest Games for Girls in the '90s

Andrew LaSane

He might just be responsible for your first crush.

6 of Reddit's Novelty Poets

Miss Cellania

Meet a few of the poets behind reddit's most creative comments.

Would You Pay $100 for a Gold-Flecked Doughnut?

Kirstin Fawcett

New Yorkers with a taste for the finer things in life have reportedly been plopping down $1,200 for a dozen of these pastries.

Canadians Really Are More Polite, Study Says

Shaunacy Ferro

Canadian tweets tend to be much more tame than their southern neighbors'.

Meet the New Zealand Man Who Biked Around the World in 123 Days

Kirstin Fawcett

Andrew Nicholson, 45, broke the record set by Englishman Alan Bate in 2010.

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