The duffel bag is named for Duffel, Belgium, where the cloth used in the bags was originally sold.
The Full Story Of How Facebook Was Founded. Someone stealing your idea can hurt but also pay off handsomely years down the road.
Call me weird, but I love a good slow motion video of an animal drinking. No, not booze -- just good old-fashioned water. There's something mesmerizing about watching this stuff.
You've heard their names and seen their logos. You've probably watched them march in parades, donated money to one of their charities, or played on a Little League team they sponsored.
Scarface, The Teflon Don, Bugsy, Lucky "“ we know all of those gangsters. But there's some really obscure and intriguing nicknames lurking in the Underworld.
My fellow Americans, we face a grave challenge.
"¢Â "What garlic is to food, insanity is to art," so said Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
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On Saturday, I had the pleasure of attending the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference—or the Sports Nerd Conference, as my girlfriend referred to it&mdas
Next week I'll be writing about some of the worst hold music I've ever had to sit through.
There should beÂ enough answers for today's Brain Game to go around, so get creative.
CIA waterboarding protocols. The instructions from internal documents are disturbing, so read at your own risk.
7 (Thankfully) Extinct Giant Versions of Modern Animals.
Sometimes you can see a cover coming a mile away.
I took an unusual road trip yesterday, to a cemetery near the Mexican border.
We all know that Amanda Bynes and Nick Cannon had self-titled shows on Nickelodeon, and SNL's Kenan Thompson got his big break on the network as well (thanks so much for Good Burger, Kenan.
Here's an odd duck: Pink Terror Hawking, a short film featuring an interview with Stephen Hawking as part of its audio track, with mesmerizing visuals done in ultra-slow-motion, including: wate
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up." As always with thi