There are 293 ways to make change for a U.S. dollar.
When you’re prepping for an all-nighter, which works best?
According to the book Pirate Hunters, a pirate ship is the "single hardest and rarest thing a person could discover underwater."
"The Strangers Project" has been collecting journal entries and letters from strangers across the country since 2009.
You can do this.
A new study shows that age is just a number
All you need is your email, shipping address, and phone number.
Where you can study lobsters, maple syrup, or arctic supercomputing.
PetBot records your furry friend's actions and sends the photos or video to your smartphone.
Photo retouching has existed as long as photography, but instead of Photoshop, Victorian-era photographers used a pencil.
Or an image in any other artist's style.
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A newly-discovered dolphin species could bridge the evolutionary gap between ocean-dwellers and river dolphins.
The tally is seven times more than previously calculated.
A pair of sociologists trace changing attitudes about having children through the humor of 81 years of cartoons in the magazine.
Sure, stouts, India pale ales, and hefeweizens are tasty, but if you want to venture away from the beaten path for your next beer, give one of these styles a shot.