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When 20,000 American Nazis Descended Upon New York City

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The Loudest Underwater Sound Ever Recorded Has No Scientific Explanation

A hypnotic short film investigates an unidentified sound recorded in the depths of the ocean.

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The Threat of Objects Lost in Space

100 million pieces of space junk currently orbit our planet at 17,500 miles per hour.

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How the Internet Is Changing Friendship

Does social media make all friendships last forever?

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David Sedaris on Keeping a Diary in the Age of Over-Sharing

David Sedaris offers some pertinent advice to aspiring writers.

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How Stores Trick You Into Buying More Things

People like to think of themselves as savvy shoppers, but are still vulnerable to these common psychological tricks.

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How Mental Time Travel Helps Humans Predict the Future

Imagining the future is indispensable to human life and society. But how do we do it, exactly?

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The Cognitive Science Behind Repeating Mistakes

It’s not your fault you can’t learn from them, it’s how your brain is wired.

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Little White Lie

Lacey Schwartz grew up in an upper-middle-class Jewish household, and never once questioned her whiteness—despite not looking like anyone in her family.

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'Don't Sneak': A Father's Command to His Gay Son in the 1950s

In a StoryCorps animation, Patrick Haggerty remembers the remarkable advice he got from his dairy farmer dad.

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Why Young Americans Are Questioning Democracy

In a poll, less than one-third of millennial Americans said they thought it was essential to live in a democracy. Why?

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