Cara Bilka

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23 Things You Don't Have To Apologize For In College

Sorry, don't be sorry.

Watching Actual Strangers Kiss For The First Time Is Super Uncomfortable

For £20 a smooch, no less. Via Vice.

This Is What It Would Look Like If "Die Hard" Starred Pugs

Yippie ki yay, motherpuggers.<p>h/t Mashable

29 Surreal Places In America You Need To Visit Before You Die

If you live in the U.S., you don't need a passport to see what mother nature has to offer.

21 Important Life Lessons From “Rugrats’” Angelica Pickles

The Rugrats’ resident queen bee may have been a bossy narcissist, but she always got what she wanted out of life.

These Students Confronting The Aussie Prime Minister Will Restore Your Faith In Teenagers

Tony Abbott got more than he bargained for when he let a bunch of high school kids ask him some questions. Like climate change, asylum seekers, same sex marriage and gender equality.

21 Celebrity Hairstyles For When You Don't Want To Wash Your Hair

"Sorry, I can't go out tonight." I'm busy not washing my hair.

29 Heavenly Treats For Mint Chocolate Chip Lovers

Please have my headstone engraved, "Ate Mint Chocolate Chip Pancakes."

The weekend in pictures

This weekend’s selection of images from around the world

The Closing Moment of Every Best Picture Winner

Here's some Sunday fun for you—this five-minute video collects a snippet from the final scene of every "Best Picture" Oscar-winning film, edited by …

Slumdog Millionaire

Parenting In The Age Of Apps: Is That iPad Help Or Harm?

When it comes to media, parents all want to know: How much is too much for my child?<p>Dr. Dimitri Christakis, a pediatrician, professor and father of two, has spent a lot of time thinking about the effects of media on young children.Christakis tells NPR's Arun Rath that not all TV is bad.<p>Some …

Glow-In-The-Dark Paths Could Be The Future Of Street Lighting

Particles absorb light during the day, then emit a blue glow at night.<p>Evening visitors to Christ's Pieces park in Cambridge, England are basking in the glow of a whole new type of street light. Starpath, a new type of resurfacing material being tested within the park, absorbs ultraviolet light …


How To Trace Deliberate Criminal Infections Back To Their Sources

The microbe-sourcing technique has played a role in many modern investigations, including the 2001 U.S. anthrax attacks and one man's terrible revenge scheme against his mistress. But how does it work?<p>Who infected whom? That's the question behind some of the juiciest (doctor deliberately injects …