THAT'S NOT A HIGH BAR

For decades, TV networks have spent millions of dollars on unsold pilots that will never become series. Here’s how they’ve tried to recoup their investment.
OUR BRAINS LIKE TO MAKE PREDICTIONS

You blink about 15 to 20 times every single minute. When you do so, you eye actually rolls back in its socket, and then returns to normal when you open your eye. So why don't we feel plunged into darkness and get disoriented 21,000 times (or more) a day?
PROTEIN FINDS A WAY

Proteins work like rigid keys to activate cellular functions — or so everyone thought. Scientists are discovering a huge number of proteins that shape-shift to do their work, upending a century-old maxim of biology.
WE'D LOVE TO CHAT WITH YOU

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FOLLOWED TO A TEE

When they were introduced, the Kirkland brand balls instantly ranked among the cheapest on the market. But what made the balls a hot item among fanatical golfers is the revelation that, by some accounts, they perform like rivals that sell for more than twice as much.
CAN HIDE THEM UNDER HIS HAIR

From spy planes to cyberattacks to the private lives of foreign leaders, the president gets access to more confidential material than anyone else on the planet. Now, it’s all in Donald Trump’s hands.