Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.
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Fifty years ago today, the Beatles released their first LP, “Please Please Me”—and the rest, as they say, is history.
There was an old woman often seen plodding up and down Wall Street at the turn of the 20th century. She walked alone. Her black, faded dress was dirty and ragged at the seams.
It takes a long time for movies to be written, produced, shot, and edited for audiences—that's why, on average, a director releases a movie every two to three years.
Forget celebrities being just like us. These vintage photos prove that animals have a rich history of indulging in activities usually reserved for humans.
Reader Gabrielle wrote in to ask: “Can a pope be ousted? And has it happened before?”
When we think of America’s first president, quarters, cherry trees, and false teeth often come to mind. But fishing?
R.L. Stine's kid-lit horror series is headed for the big screen — but which classic Goosebumps books are most likely to score at the box office?
There’s an ongoing problem in the UK and continental Europe where food products labeled as containing beef actually turn out to have surprise horse meat in it.