A kid in Ukraine stole $4,000 dollars from under his parents' sofa and spent it on candy.
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VIDEO: According to trainers dogs can drive too
Three dogs in New Zealand have been taught to drive a car. After weeks of indoor training in how to change gear, brake and steer, the canines have finally been allowed behind the wheel of a real car - with a little help from their handlers.
Compression garments: So, does tight mean right?
It seems that you can't head to a gym or run down your favorite trail these days without finding someone wearing compression garments.
VIDEO: NASA's night view of Earth
Weeks of work went into collecting pictures of the entire planet to create a remarkable look at night on Earth.
Hospital incentives help babies determine own birth dates
The evidence has been in for some time. Scheduling births may be convenient for physicians, hospitals and expectant parents, but it generally isn't good for the health of mothers and children.
5 ingredients for a smooth holiday
There are lots of recipes for holiday joy. It's all about combining the right ingredients for your family to make the coming weeks meaningful and fun. We have rounded up five ideas that could become part of your own seasonal recipe for success.
Spider adapted to life on space station
After a space voyage of almost 42 million miles, Nefertiti the "Jumping Johnson" spider landed at the Smithsonian's Insect Zoo at the National Museum of Natural History last week.
How an experimental film changed the way we see Chicago
Perhaps no American city appreciates being at the center of the universe more than Chicago. Workmanlike and down-to-earth the majority of their days, Chicagoans savor those moments when all roads lead to the prairieland.
Slate's Explainer: A pink slip from the pope
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How animals spread diseases to us
Studies have shown that about 75 percent of emerging infectious diseases are of animal origin, as are 60 percent of all known pathogens.
VIDEO: Christmas lights dance to 'Call Me Maybe'
This home in Bel Air, Md., features decorative Christmas lights with a special talent - it can "dance" to music. This video shows it synced with one of the year's biggest hits, "Call Me Maybe."
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