Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”
All it took to locate the bones of Richard III was 500 years, a psychic vision, and a grassroots movement.
Nothing says the '90s like a cheesy dance craze.
On this week's episode, John Green explores some (sometimes) mouth-watering regional foods from around the United States.
Pet rocks went out of vogue in the '80s, but an organism found off the coast of Chile and Peru might make you rethink the trend: these sea creatures masquerading as rocks are totally alive.
New findings are turning the traditional perception of Neanderthals as dumb, barbaric beasts upside down.
Walt Disney once said, “It's kind of fun to do the impossible.” Well, my fine-mustachioed icon, it may have been fun, but sometimes it is simply impossible.
He’s had a long and colorful life in showbiz, one that rivals the legends people tell about Alex Trebek.
The money map.
Flashy frills. Clubbed tails. Teeth the size of bananas. With strange features like these, it’s tempting to think that dinosaurs must’ve inhabited some distant, alien world.