M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
The brief and glorious period when delivering postcards turned into rocket science.
You know what Stonehenge looks like and have probably heard the speculation about its purpose, but how well do you know the UNESCO World Heritage Site?
Why you can't get a good cup of joe at 35,000 feet.
Even 35 years ago, John Williams was a big deal. Here he is in an hour-long BBC documentary about his 'Empire Strikes Back' score.
It's still the only primetime series to be watched by more than 100 million Americans.
Equal parts creepy and cute.
Who knew R2-D2 was a smoker?!
He’s got friends in low places and one multifaceted career.
A single company makes more than 7 billion zippers a year.
In a groundbreaking surgery, a 54-year-old Spanish cancer patient had his sternum and a portion of his ribcage replaced with a 3D-printed titanium implant.
Can 54 drone rotors be assembled in such a way that they lift a seated human being into the air for a sustained period of time?
It's a neighborly day in this beautywood...online!
From racial controversies to box office bombs, the Mouse House’s most famous animated features weren't always fairy tales in real life.
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