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15 Transformative Facts About 'Teen Wolf'

Roger Cormier

Thirty years ago, kids were chanting "Wolf!" at the top of their lungs.

Beach Trash Is Ruining Your Mental Health

Shaunacy Ferro

Litter ruins the psychological benefits people otherwise get from looking at natural landscapes, psychologists find.

Who's Buried in Westminster Abbey?

Monica Beyer

London's Westminster Abbey is not only a grand and glorious place of worship, but also the final resting place of hundreds of history's most famous figures.

10 Fun Facts About Saber-Toothed Cats

Mark Mancini

Why did these terrifying beasts evolve their nasty canines? Were they loners or pride hunters? And could primitive humans have been on the menu? Let’s explore the world of saber-tooth studies.

The 8 Queen Problem

Chris Higgins

Two Artists Bring James Bond's Meals to Life

Abbey Stone

Ian Fleming's lavish food descriptions have been largely ignored in adaptations—until now.

How Women in the 18th Century Got Those Sky-High Hairdos

Beth Anne Macaluso

Who needs hairspray (or a wig, for that matter) when you've got powder and animal fat?

11 Celebs Who Guest Starred On Their Spouses’ TV Shows

Tiffany Luckey

Every celebrity couple is bound to work together at some point in their relationship.

The Cost of "Act of God" Disasters

Chris Higgins

Here's what the polar vortex, wildfires, hail, and floods cost us.

Spain’s “Solidarity Fridge” Gives New Life to Leftovers

Roma Panganiban

Watch 24 Hours of Nonstop Sunlight in Antarctica

Caitlin Schneider

For four months every year, the sun never sets.

10 Misconceptions About Things That Kill You

Alvin Ward

You may want to get your facts straight. You know, just in case.

4 Artists Who Bring 3D Paintings to Life

Mia Nakaji Monnier

These 4 artists go beyond simple two-point perspective to create three-dimensional effects with resin.

The Faces Behind 7 Famous Voices

Stacy Conradt

These actors preferred to be heard, not seen.

What Is Legionnaires' Disease?

Monica Beyer

The disease got its name after a 1976 outbreak among attendees of an American Legion conference.