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  • 20 Memorable Moments of the 21st Century So Far
    The world has come a long way since we were prepping for Y2K to potentially crash computers and the economy as we know it. We've witnessed some major moments since then. Here are 20 of the biggest.
  • How to See the Spectacular Geminid Meteor Shower
    Prepare to be dazzled!
  • Penguins: The Monogamous Tuxedoed Birds That 'Fly' Underwater
    There are up to 26 species of penguins in the world, most of whom mate for life, and while none of them can fly, they swim like Olympic champs.
  • 'Hour of Code' Demystifies Computer Programming for Kids
    'Hour of Code' is a fun way to introduce children (and even adults) to the world of computer programming. So, how do you get involved?
  • How Atlanta's Cyclorama Was Used to 'Spin' the Civil War
    After the Civil War, the United States was still a country divided. And the history of a monumental piece of artwork that resides in Atlanta shows how even art was used to rewrite the narrative of the war.
  • Exotic or Exploited? The Controversial Savannah Cat
    What do you get when you mix a domestic cat with a wild African serval cat? You get a Savannah cat, which turns out to be a very beautiful but very controversial kitty.
  • How Dangerous Is the Beaver?
    Beaver attacks get a lot of media attention but are beavers really crazed killers that we should be afraid of? And what good do they really do?
  • Your Car May Soon Say 'No' to Drunk Driving
    Two U.S. Senators have introduced legislation to mandate technology that could end drunk driving as we know it by 2024.
  • Bald Eagles Aren't Really Bald, Plus 6 Other Facts
    The national bird of the United States has taken on iconic status as the avian avatar of freedom, but its wingspan and steely gaze guarantee its status in the pecking order of prey birds as a symbol of strength.
  • Groom of the Stool: A Crappy Job With Royal Benefits
    It may sound degrading to modern ears, but the groom of the stool, the person who helped the British king with his toileting duties, had an extremely prestigious position and was a close confidant of the monarch.
  • How to Safely Transport Your Christmas Tree Home
    Plan on buying a live Christmas tree this year? Don't be that guy who loses it on the road between the lot and your house. We've got tips to help you get it home safely.
  • The War of 1812: The White House Burns and 'The Star-Spangled Banner' Is Born
    The War of 1812 ended in a stalemate, which enabled the fledgling United States to escape a devastating defeat and grow into a world power.
  • 10 Ways to Liven Up Your White Elephant Gift Exchange
    White elephant. Mean Santa. Yankee swap. These are the holiday parties we live for. But if it feels like yours is getting a bit tired, we've got 10 rules to liven it up this year.
  • How to Protect Your Packages From Porch Pirates
    During the holiday season, chances are you'll get at least one package mailed to your house. Are you worried about package theft? We've got some tips to derail porch pirates.
  • Is That Animal Sanctuary You Want to Visit Legit?
    A true animal sanctuary should provided excellent and humane care to animals for the rest of their lives. However, many operate under that guise and instead exploit the animals for profit. So how do you know if one is legit?
  • How Obituaries Went from Dry Death Notices to Tributes to Truth
    Obituaries do more than just let the world know someone died. It's a chance to pay tribute to someone, advocate for a cause or even settle a score.
  • How Manifest Destiny Stretched the U.S. From Sea to Shining Sea
    The early American philosophy known as Manifest Destiny was a doctrine that espoused that God wanted Americans to take over the continent.
  • 8 Cuddly Facts About Koalas
    They look so cute and fluffy, but koalas have a fierce side too. Still, their biggest threat to survival is mankind.
  • 7 Key Questions in the U.S. Slavery Reparations Debate
    The question of whether to pay reparations for slavery in the U.S. has been going on since slavery ended but picked up steam this year with a House hearing on the issue. We look at some key issues in the debate.
  • What's the Difference Between a Pressure Cooker and an Instant Pot?
    The pressure cooker has been around for years, but its pride of place in the kitchen is being usurped by the new kid in town, the Instant Pot. So, what is the difference?