Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.
Happy August! Let's kick things off with the simply amazing.
by Ransom Riggs
1. It was good enough for
Saturday is the 166th birthday of Robert Todd Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's oldest son and the only Lincoln child to survive into adulthood.
Apollo Robbins is good at stealing stuff. For years, this renown pickpocket entertained Vegas audiences by stealing their hearts-- generally by stealing their wristwatches and money clips.
By combining a series of still-camera shots into a video, photographer Charlie McCarthy has made something amazing.
It's always the Quick 10, isn't it? Well, it's Friday, and I think I'm developing an immunity to caffeine, because I'm not moving very quick today.
1. As I made very clear yesterday, July 30th is my birthday.
By Gregory Peduto
From beans plucked from cat poop to coffee flavored with monkey spit, java aficionados ingest some nutty stuff in the name of finding the ultimate buzz.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt,
with an all-new set of puzzles, prizes, and collaborators!
First, the prizes: In addition to the usual $100 and $50 gift certificates to our store for the fir
Fake Cop Pulls Over Real Cop
21-year-old Antonio Fernandez Martinez of Oakland was impersonating a police officer when he tried to pull over a car driven by Jim Beere, who is an actual police offic
Yep, there's enough material out there for a two-parter.
Today's Brain Game is like a 3 x 6 crossword; enjoy!
Treat each of the six cluesÂ below like "across" clues in a crossword puzzle - use the blanks next toÂ each clueÂ to solveÂ itÂ w
The Mysterious Downfall of the Neandertals. The standard theories of why they disappeared don't hold up, so scientists are looking in new directions.
I'm a sucker for cover songs, especially of the acoustic variety (most likely out of some subconscious desire to be a musician).Â Tonight for the Late Movies, I've assembled a few of my fav