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The Potato Bug Is a Super Pest That's Hard to Control

The most iconic agricultural pest of the past 200 years just wants to eat your potato plant.

Arizona's Grand Falls Gushes to Life Again

Arizona isn't all desert. Take Grand Falls, aka "Chocolate Falls." It is dry most of the year, but when it rains, this waterfall pours.

Is it 'Jury-rigged' or 'Jerry-rigged'?

When you're holding something together with nothing more than spit and perhaps some duct tape (duck tape?), what is the correct term, jury- or jerry-rigged?

5 Ways to Open a Can Without a Can Opener

No can opener? No worries! We've got five ingenious ways to get that tin can open.

Japanese Village Creates Living Rice Paddy Art

Every April, the villagers of Inakadate, Japan, meet and decide what image to plant for the year. By summer, a rice paddy masterpiece will be born.

Do You Really Need to Brush Your Dog's Teeth?

Brushing your dog's teeth might be a bit unpleasant for both of you, but it will keep your furry friend healthier longer.

Why 'Shrinkflation' Has You Paying More for Less

It's not your imagination — companies are shrinking the sizes of their products while charging the same or even more. Here's why.

What's the Difference Between Raw and JPEG Files?

You've probably seen a raw file option on your digital camera or smartphone. How is it different from the typical JPEG file and when should you use it?

How Does the U.S. Classify Its Most Sensitive Documents?

There are three levels of security classification for U.S. documents related to national security. What are they and who decides how they're protected against unauthorized disclosure?

Kicking the Bucket: The Fictional Deaths Quiz

Death in real life is tragic, but in books, plays, movies and so on, it's entertainment. How well-versed are you in some of the most famous fictional deaths throughout history?

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