Above the Supreme Court is a basketball court—"The Highest Court in the Land."
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"No matter what happens at the site, DO NOT CRY." A Japanese medical worker kept a diary after the earthquake, now available in English.
There aren't many places where names are first come, first-served, but actors' unions are one of them.
I attended a pretty buttoned-up Catholic grade school and high school, so no major catastrophes ever took place in our cafeterias.
Around 500 people have appeared on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list since its inception in 1949. But only eight of those fugitives have been women.
We've extended our deadline for summer internship applications to Sunday, May 15th.
Throughout American pop culture there exists a small group of celebrities who have claimed to – or been accused of – leading a double life as a spy or informant.
In a classic episode of The Office, Jan tasks Pam with documenting in detail what, exactly, Michael does with his time at work. Pam begins compiling a time-use diary.
Today in 1893, the US Supreme Court ruled that the tomato was a vegetable, not a fruit. The relevant case (Nix v.
My in-laws are both teachers -- one of English, the other of English as a second language -- so I hear stories like this all the time.
You wouldn't have known it before the age of the internet, but yarn crafts can be very geeky.
Today's Tuesday Test Time is alliterative, but don't let that throw you. Today's challenge might take you seconds or minutes, but most of you should be able to figure this one out.
A jumping spider's mating dance only needs the proper music to make it perfect!
I won't make you guess the theme of tonight's Late Movies -- it'd be way too obvious.
While there are plenty of official special event days at Disney theme parks to let you meet like-minded people, they don't cater to every niche audience.