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- The Best Photography Of The Week
The pigeons that were photographers, the US military's camouflage Disneyland and other best photos of the week.
- The City That Lit The World
New Bedford, Massachusetts, is a place few have heard of. But the mark it has left on the world is profound.
- What The Heck Happened To Jason Lee?
We've missed this dude and hope "Mallrats 2" sees the light of day.
- Why Are You Still Paying ATM Fees?
Radius Bank is entirely online, so that means it’s built around you, no matter where you live. They recently joined the MoneyPass ATM network, which gives users access to 32,000 fee-free ATMs across the country. And if you use an ATM that’s still out of network, they’ll reimburse all fees at the end of each month.
- The War On Soy Milk
For decades, dairy farmers have begged the government to crack down on plant-based milks. The Trump administration just might.
- The Tesla Magic Is Gone
Almost a quarter of Tesla Model 3 orders may have been canceled, for a wide variety of reasons.
- Why Do All Home Repairs Cost $1,000?
Instead of a monthly maintenance bill, house owners face a never-ending trickle of repair costs.
- The Strange, Sometimes Kinky Cultural History Of 'Baby Birding'
From hippie parenting to college bro meme.
- 'We Just Need More Flavor': An Afternoon With Game Developers Of Color
For one sweltering day at the Schomberg Center for Research In Black Culture, a beautiful library and museum in Harlem, New York, game makers and players mingled, played games and listened to talks.
- The Secret Desert Home Of A Tiny, Lonely Seabird
To save the South American storm petrel, scientists are venturing deep into their long-hidden habitat—and sticking their noses into a lot of stinky holes in the ground.