Return to Sleaze. Without lightsabers, the Force, or the fate of planets in the balance, we get a look at the seedy side of a galaxy far, far away.
Analyzing Trump's Breakup Letter to Kim Jong Un.
Why Are Our Brains So Big, Anyway? A new study points to what we needed to think about the most.
Seventy-Five Years Ago, Women Baseball Players
Took the Field. The short-lived All-American Girls Professional
Baseball League proved women could play, but it was far from equitable.
If there were a kind of a fireman's pole from the moon down to the earth, how long would it take to slide all
the way from the moon to the earth? Randall Munroe ponders this
adventure in excruciating detail. (via Metafilter)
Life Inside Texas' Border Security Zone. Billions of dollars have been spent making it a police state, with residents constantly under surveillance.
Remembering the ‘Saurian Monster’ That Terrorized 1880s New Zealand. In a nation that has few predators of any size, the attacks caused a sensation.
Camels Can Eat Long-Needled Cactus. They've adapted to a desert diet, but watching it might make you feel nervous.
Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980. (via Metafilter)
Xena: Disney Warrior Princess.
A blast from the past (2012): Four Feline Photographers.