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Builders of Stonehenge May Have Thrown Barbecues After Work

Andrew LaSane

Researchers have analyzed the fat residue found on pottery at a settlement site.

8 Tools You Need to Make Better Cocktails at Home

Michele Debczak

Unleash your inner mixologist.

The Missing Links: Marty Visits the Real 2015

Colin Patrick

A Bathing Suit That Cleans the Ocean as You Swim

Shaunacy Ferro

It's made out of sugar.

P.G. Wodehouse's Exile from England

Stacy Conradt

Accused by his countrymen of collaborating with the Nazis, the once-beloved British author fled in 1947 and never looked back.

The Original Names of 10 U.S. Landmarks

Stacy Conradt

Chimney Rock's former moniker: "Elk Penis."

The Origin of the 'Sports Illustrated' Football Phone

Jake Rossen

"Oh, my goodness. It's a telephone inside of a football!"

Cooking With Glass: How Pyrex Transformed Every Kitchen Into a Home-Ec Lab

Archaeologists Discover 3000-Year-Old Bronze Weapons on Scottish Island

Andrew LaSane

The find could offer new insight into life on the island three millennia ago.

11 Not-So-Fluffy Facts About Sphynx Cats

Kirstin Fawcett

With their angular faces, big ears, and smooth bodies, Sphynxes are living (and purring) proof that there’s more to a cat than its fur coat. Here are a few facts about the fleshy feline.

Shower in Darth Vader's Dark Tears

Rebecca OConnell

New 'Star Wars' shower heads make showering out of this world.

How DOTS Became a Successful Candy Spin-off

Nicole Garner

Because most people prefer fruit-flavored candies to licorice-flavored ones.

Watch Gorgeous Bubbles Tumble in Microgravity

Kate Horowitz

Astronauts on the International Space Station have started recording their science experiments in ultra HD.

14 'Dark Shadows' Facts With Bite

Jake Rossen

With no money for reshoots, viewers could sometimes catch the lead actor picking his nose.

If You Drove a Car at Light Speed, Would the Headlights Work?

Mark Mancini

Good luck even flicking on those high beams.