The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
Will Wikipedia's one-day blackout sink SOPA?
Readers Nick and Riela have both written to ask how and when English colonists in America lost their British accents and how American accents came about.
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What's the best setting for drama, awkwardness, and first-person online video games? Yes, an elevator.
Unrelated image of Mitt Romney holding Dino Flintstone via Rick Friedman/Corbis
During the GOP debate last night in South Carolina, Mitt Romney was asked yet again if he intended to make his tax re
If seeing a Bootmobile in person is on your bucket list and you can get to Times Square by tomorrow afternoon, you're in luck. To celebrate L.L.
A wedding is a celebration of the joining of two people who share love, life, and common interests.
Today, a lecture that's funny and a bit geeky around the edges. In this talk, adman Rory Sutherland tells a series of funny anecdotes about history, advertising, and the perception of value.
Looking into the sky may not help you solve today's Tuesday Test Time challenge for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game, but that's where you'll find the answer.
How Consumption Makes Us Sad. Things eventually just take up room in our homes instead of in our hearts.
The most insane surf footage you’ll ever see was recorded in Tahiti on August 27th.
Last night at the Golden Globes, Morgan Freeman received the Cecil B.
The Musée McCord has a Flickr account with some fantastic images in the public domain, including these 1860s vintage shots of children posing with their toys.
Benjamin Zander is the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, and a hell of a speaker.
Get ready for the next entry in our long-running series of Monday Math Squares for the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
Stephen Colbert gave his Super-PAC away and announced he is running for office.