On October 31, Halloween night, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) began an unusual experiment. They let the "Internet" control the actions of a real person.
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Yesterday, Prime Minister Modi of India led the opening of the largest statue in the world. The giant bronze statue honors Sardar Vallabbhai Patel, one of India's early leaders.
The man who played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street for 50 years is leaving the show. Caroll Spinney, who plays the 6-year-old bird, is now 84.
Barcelona's most famous landmark is the 136-year-old church, the Sagrada Familia. Even though the church has been under construction since 1882, it just got a building license last Thursday.
How do you clean a huge 400-year-old painting that is a national treasure? The Rijksmuseum, Netherland's national museum, is planning on doing it with the whole world watching.
If you have trouble remembering things you read, scientists at RMIT Institute in Australia have come up with a font that can help you remember - by making words harder to read.
The artist Banksy has played a huge joke on an art collector. He created a picture that shredded itself after it was sold for $1.4 million.
Usually if a radio show puts you to sleep, it's a sign of a bad program. But for John Watson, sleeping listeners are exactly what he's hoping for.
What do the singers behind two of last week's top ten albums have in common with the singer who led one of the most successful tours of 2017-18? They're all at least 75 years old.
Thirteen years after they were stolen, a pair of red slippers from The Wizard of Oz have been found. The FBI tracked the shoes down in Minneapolis, Minnesota.