A man reads a copy of the satirical newspaper La Bougie du Sapeur (The Sapper's Candle), published every leap day, in a Parisian cafe on Feb. 29, 2008. The paper's tagline is "without reproach." Patrick Hertzog/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Leap Day Only, A Rare Newspaper Goes To Print

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For One Man, The Sword Is Mightier Than The Pen

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Dan Rollman, the co-founder of RecordSetter, holds up a microphone to Rob Lathan, who currently holds the world record for completing 81 leg kicks on stilts while singing "New York, New York," at a World Record Appreciation Society event in New York City. Emily Wilson/Courtesy of RecordSetter hide caption

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Through RecordSetter, Everyone Can Be World Champ

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The Zebra's Stripes, A Personal No-Fly Zone

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The Jamesburg Earth Station closed in 2002, but the 10-story satellite dish still stands tall. Courtesy of Bert Aronson hide caption

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A Real Estate Deal That Spans The Earth

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China's New Pick-Up Truck Suspiciously Ford Tough

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A Short Talk About The World's Longest Interview

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English Pub Serves Non-Alcoholic Beer To Dogs

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Sweden Recognizes File-Sharing Group As Religion

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Scotch Whisky From A Can?

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Lost Wedding Ring Turns Up With Lots Of Carrots

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New Year? How About A New Calendar?

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