Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.
Testosterone has long been the black sheep of hormones—blamed for every bad behavior from aggression to greed to promiscuity. But a new study might change testosterone's bad boy
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has an eye-opening video demonstrating the health hazards of eating at major Italian-style restaurant chains (they focused on the Olive Garden and
When you think of Christmas, you probably envision a row of cherry-faced carolers standing on your doorstep, holding candles and swaying to the soft, delicate notes of classic Christmas songs.
The mental_floss fantasy football league's regular season is over, and Stacy Conradt has made the rest of us look silly. I'm not sure I've ever seen this kind of dominance.
The Jan/Feb issue of mental_floss hits newsstands soon, so we're continuing with our week-long preview of the magazine's stories.
Truman Capote lived in Brooklyn by choice, and so did I, once... Brooklyn Heights, to be more exact. Actually, the Northern part of Brooklyn Heights, if you want to be even more exact.
WhenÂ the Borderlands quiz Kara and I composed wasÂ featured as the 5PM Quiz yesterday, I decided to consult my notes to see if I had a state-related Brain Game to follow up with this morning.
A few months ago, I wrote about a unique tourist attraction in Southwestern China in which dwarves from across the region, who are discriminated against and have trouble getting regular jobs, have ban
December is the darkest month of the year. So why isn't it the coldest? It honestly has nothing to do with the power company's profit margins.
Product, a Jon Phillips production.
My girlfriend and I recently watched Julie and Julia (my pick, not hers) and, honestly, I could have done without the Julie half of the equation.
So I'm an MC Frontalot fan from way back.
With the holidays here, I bet lots of you are planning on traveling (we are). I love nothing more than to break up a road trip with ridiculous little stops, much to the chagrin of my car companions.
When Nancy Dickenson and her stepdaughter found an 11-month-old calf suffering from severe frostbite on their neighbor's property, they knew they had to do something to help.
One of the stranger stories in the new Jan/Feb issue -- just days away from hitting newsstands! -- is Ethan Trex's question and answer piece on the underground world of exotic animal smuggling.
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