Neuticles are synthetic testicles for neutered pets. The tagline: "It's like nothing ever changed."
Today'sÂ Brain Game gives you five letters of the English alphabet, leaving 21 unused. One of those 21 isÂ the answer to today's puzzle.Â Good luck!
Oxford Word of the Year 2009 is Unfriend.
Fifty years ago, Berry Gordy, a songwriter for local Detroit acts like The Matadors and Jackie Wilson, borrowed $800 from his family and founded two record labels that became incorporated a year later
It was 19 years ago this week (can you believe it's been that long?) that the Milli Vanilli lip-synching scandal came to a head "“ the duo were stripped of their Grammies after it was reveal
Neurologist Oliver Sacks prefers Bach to Beethoven -- I'm just the opposite. But enough about me, let's talk Sacks. Dr.
The Photo: While you probably recognize the iconic photo of Elvis meeting Nixon in 1970, you might not know the exact reason for the visit. Elvis desperately wanted to become an undercover agent.
Ever wonder what it takes to get your name permanently affixed to a dish?
Stonehenge is impressive, but pales in comparison to the massive stone pillars Mother Nature gave us.
The nine squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in the mail grid. One of these numbers (the 2) is already provided for you.
Reprogramming brains with algae DNA and lights sounds like an evil plan for world domination. In this case, the aim is to cure patients of debilitating diseases.
Twilight: Three Wolf Moon.
They're the songs you can't get out of your head, no matter how hard you try. Even though you know every word by heart, you can't remember the name of the band.
Because mental_floss has an office outside Cleveland and a couple writers from Ohio, I end up chatting a fair amount about the woeful Browns and their embattled coach, Eric Mangini.
So it turns out that when a drop of water falls into a pool of water, some very weird things happen.
I don't know about you, but I'm super sick of tabloids combining the names of celeb couples to create a new word, like Brangelina (succinct, isn't it?) and TomKat.
Here's a question from reader Ryan: "Why are barns painted