Carly Simon’s dad is the Simon of Simon and Schuster.
With the College Board announcing major changes to the SAT, let's take a look at the very first test from 1926.
“Pandemic” isn’t the only illicit substance hitting the streets in David Simon’s Baltimore
In the Golden Years of Hollywood, it was almost essential for any movie star to change their name—unless they happened to be born with an instantly cool name like Errol Flynn or Clark Gable.
The most interesting new comics hitting comic shops, Comixology, Kickstarter and the web this week.
Don't let rejection get you down. The world’s most talented people have been there, too.
Our own Erin McCarthy snuck out of the office to film a series of videos about some of her favorite geniuses.
The glass display cases called "curio cabinets" got both their form and their name from the historic "Cabinets of Curiosity." Though ubiquitous today, curio cabinets come from a ri
Many plant-based drugs—such as caffeine, cocaine, nicotine and morphine—are all made for the exact same reason: to fight off insects. Why exactly do humans love ingesting insect repellent so much?
In this week's episode, John Green discusses some of the most famous comic strips.
From now until Opening Day, we'll be taking a look at the stories behind some of the greatest team names in Minor League Baseball.
To get in a good jab at the competition, you’ve got to be indirect, but not so indirect that your audience won’t pick up on it at all.
Technically, it’s not.