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Can Drinking Champagne Really Save Your Memory?

Kate Horowitz

The results of a 2013 study on champagne and memory resurfaced this week, prompting bottle-popping across the Internet.

25 Things You Should Know About Baltimore

Megan Thielking

Read on to learn more about the city of Matisse, Ouija, and George Washington's dentures.

A Mustache Protector Straight Out of the 19th Century

Andrew LaSane

The metal device keeps food and liquids out of lipholstery.

The Toilet Brush Replacement That's Less Icky and More Fun

Simon Brew

It's a water gun for your toilet.

Watch This Tiny Sword Master Display Her Awesome Martial Arts Skills

Kate Horowitz

The nine-year-old is on track to become the coolest kid on the Internet.

Check Out the New UK Passport Design

Michele Debczak

The new passport celebrates icons of British history.

Thermal Imaging Scans of Pyramids May Indicate Hidden Chambers

Shaunacy Ferro

Experts say the anomalies detected in the structures' surfaces during their investigation are "impressive"—and may point to areas we have yet to explore.

Watch This Crow Use Bait to Catch a Fish

Kate Horowitz

The crow was caught on film carefully dropping little pieces of bread into the water.

22 Stores That Refuse to Open on Thanksgiving

Alvin Ward

While the Black Friday craze has inched more and more into Thanksgiving, there are still stores that allow workers to stay home and enjoy the holiday.

11 Magical Facts About ‘I Dream of Jeannie’

Sarene Leeds

Barbara Eden’s seemingly ageless Jeannie is turning 50 years old this year.

Why Does Radio Static Go Away Whenever You Touch the Dial?

Nick Keppler

Radios, it turns out, are dimwits.

Watch a Man Use His Arm as a Virtual Keyboard

Michele Debczak

Our days of typing on touch screens may soon come to an end.

Watch the Birth of the U.S. With This Territorial History

Caitlin Schneider

From a single colony to the 50 states.

12 Doomed Facts About the S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald

Benjamin Lampkin Caitlin Schneider

Four decades after the most famous ship in Great Lakes history vanished during a storm, the cause is still a mystery.

The Obscure 1990 Horror Movie That May Have Inspired Wes Craven's 'Scream'

Anna Green

In 1989, 19-year-old Rolfe Kanefsky made what's been called the first post-modern horror movie.

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