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Astronaut Scott Kelly Breaks Record for Time Spent in Space

Kate Horowitz

The title was previously held by Kelly's colleague Mike Fincke, who spent 382 days in space.

This Nigerian Startup is Combatting Food Waste With Solar-Powered Fridges

Michele Debczak

These fridges cut post-harvest waste by 80 percent.

13 Epic Facts About 'Once Upon a Time in America'

Eric D Snider

It wasn't until after Sergio Leone's death that his final movie came to be appreciated.

A Drought in Southern Mexico Has Revealed a Drowned Colonial-Era Church

Kirstin Fawcett

The stone structure was once part of a 17th-century town called Quechula.

Learn Filmmaking and Meditation David Lynch-Style

Anna Green

Get an advanced degree in David Lynch.

Explore Panoramic Paintings Using Google Street View Technology

Michele Debczak

This app gives a 19th century art fad a modern-day twist.

8 Brain 'Facts' We All Get Wrong

Kate Horowitz

You can stop torturing yourself with classical music now.

The Missing Links: The Two Ways A Balloon Bursts

Colin Patrick

Where Are You Most Likely to Encounter a Ghost?

Rebecca OConnell

Stay away from these 10 spooky cities!

Preview an Opera About New York City's Dramatic Urban Planning History

Shaunacy Ferro

'A Marvelous Order' will explore the mid-century battle between the powerful Robert Moses and city activist Jane Jacobs.

10 Politicians Who Have Hosted 'SNL'

Julie Kliegman

Trump, who will host on November 7, has hosted before, when he was more reality star and real estate mogul than politician.

Scientists Are Dyeing Parts of the Pacific Ocean Pink to Track Pollution

Anna Green

Scientists have developed a colorful way to track pollution.

10 Misconceptions About Hiccups

Alvin Ward

On this week's episode of 'Misconceptions,' Elliott explains why most of what we know about hiccups is wrong.

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A Piece of Cinematic History Lies Buried Along California's Central Coast

Kirstin Fawcett

In 1923, director Cecil B. DeMille built a massive Egyptian city to serve as the set of his blockbuster film, "The Ten Commandments."

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