To celebrate 2013, Play-Doh chose ten attention-grabbing headlines and trends from the year and sculpted them out of 100 percent Play-Doh. Just in case you wanted to relive your kindergarten arts and crafts class (and you know you do), here they are.... READ ON
Time, money, and effort are being wasted and the world will be a worse place for it. Here are some ways scientists have been hit by the shutdown.... READ ON
Here’s what you need to know about the toxin everyone is talking about.... READ ON
Renouncing your citizenship involves a little more than just saying you’re doing it.... READ ON
September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, a celebration of America’s “native spirit.” Here’s a few things to catch you up to speed. ... READ ON
As we creep into the peak of hurricane season, many media outlets have dispatched reporters to the Caribbean and Gulf Coast to get first-hand accounts of the action. Maybe next season Matt Soniak can join them. (We’ll start saving). For now, his contribution to the national weather conversation is this Hurricane FAQ. ... READ ON
In 1963, Singapore declared its independence from Great Britain. Without much land area or natural resources of its own, the new nation secured some protection and economic help by joining Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak to form the Federation of Malaysia. But just a few years later, Singapore was out on its own. ... READ ON
Liechtenstein is the world’s leading exporter of false teeth.