John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
There are 26 letters in the English alphabet, and one of them is meant to replace the question mark you'll see below in today's Brain Game.
Cahokia, the ancient city on the Mississippi where St. Louis is now, flourished in the 12th century and was an center of commerce.
For tonight's Late Movies, here are five clips of interviews with fictional characters conducted by real people.Â Some characters, like the satirical pundit Stephen Colbert portrays nightly, are
The Justice League has been around in comics, cartoons and even a television movie for years with a rotating cast of superheroes. But can you remember the founding members?
Big news yesterday: Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, Manson Family member and would-be assassin of Gerald Ford, has been paroled from prison after nearly 35 years of incarceration.
Long live sports promotions, those marketing brainstorms that gave us Ted Turner riding an ostrich around Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium and, on another occasion, pushing a baseball on hands and knees
You may have heard that Twitter, the popular social message-sharing service, was down for several hours this morning as it fell victim to a DDoS attack, or Distributed Denial of Service attack.
The economy is stagnant and many businesses are struggling to stay afloat, yet Netflix consistently shows a profit.
Ahh, the art of self-defense. Important to study, fun to laugh at. While we don't want to get defensive about our choices, this Top 10, is, of course, subjective.
Today's Brain Game involves good, old-fashioned six-sided dice. If you rollÂ a singleÂ die, you haveÂ the sameÂ chance of rolling a 1 as you do rolling a 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.
Cats and music go together like Romeo and Juliet, rest and relaxation, or green eggs and ham. No one really knows why, but there they
The true story behind the Little House books.
Last week's Musicians and Their Awesome Sesame Street Appearances was a big hit, so I thought I'd follow up with a whole bunch more Sesame Street musical performances.
Last week, we declared that the Laurel Hill Hoboes had the best high school nickname/mascot/logo combination.
The British are known for their stiff upper lips "“ but also for their sense of the absurd.