In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.
It's been far too long since we offered a logic puzzle for theÂ Brain Game, so let's correct that today.
A buddy of mine from film school, Jacob Hatley, has spent the last few years directing a documentary about Levon Helm, and after a crazy amount of polishing and editing and reshoots, it finally premie
The Olympic Torch arrives in Vancouver tonight for the opening ceremonies.
The Winter Olympics are supposed to be a shining beacon of sportsmanship and goodwill, but things don't always work out that way.
The people have spoken! More than 1,000 of you cast a vote and the two winning captions appear below. Congrats to Niki and Randy!
In case you haven't noticed, Valentine's Day is Sunday.
For as long as people could write, it seems, the more romantic and less self-conscious have been penning love letters.
Fans of the Discovery Channel show Deadliest Catch are in mourning, after learning that Captain Phil Harris died on February 9. He suffered a stroke while unloading his boat, the Cornelia Marie.
Duke basketball fans might argue that a big win against UNC has significant cultural relevance. And in a sense, they're right.
I've written about Sister Salad before. Some of you might recall their Yo Comments Are Wack music video, which has been viewed more then 1 million times now, partly thanks to the mental_floss
Jamaica is not sending a bobsled team to Vancouver for the Winter Games, but the Caribbean nation will be represented by one skier.
Welcome to the Thursday Brain Game:
One nine-letter word means
"marked by imagination,"
while another nine-letter word
means "lacking in imagination."
Both words begin wit
What do you say to a scared little girl who's just had a baby and feels all alone in the world? A youngÂ NICU doctor has a few suggestions.