Sarah Miller

Living

Kidnapped Ethiopian girl rescued by caring, protective lions

A 12-year-old girl kidnapped in Ethiopia was found several days after her abduction, safe under the watchful eyes of three lions.

Living

Other countries can’t get enough of U.S. sperm

We're over here trying to reduce population growth, and meanwhile the whole world is importing American sperm.

Living

Science proves definitively that sea lions can headbang to music

A sea lion named Ronan is the first nonhuman mammal to have the proven ability to keep a beat.

Business & Technology

This jellyfish is also a robot that is also a spy

You can rest easy knowing that this giant robotic jellyfish is spying on America's enemies.

Living

These elementary school kids fought to keep their local park open — and won

The state of California was going to close a state park. A group of kids at Grass Valley Charter were upset about this. So they took action, and won.

Food

Gwyneth’s daughter, the world’s most perfect eater, eats Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and likes it

Gwyneth's daughter Apple Martin eats super healthy just like her super healthy mom. But she cheats just like everyone else!

Food

This man stole 42,000 pounds of cheese

An Illinois man stole $200,000 worth of cheese. He's going to get in trouble because even though stealing cheese is funny, it's still stealing.

Cities

We are weirdly addicted to this neighborhood-identification game

Code for America created a neato game to help you learn about all the different neighborhoods where you live. And where you don't live.

Food

Scientists may have found an all-natural way to keep bread from going moldy

They're figuring out how to extend the shelf life of bread. This is good news, even though all of us pretend we're trying to stop eating it, which we never will, so just forget it.

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