Michael Jackson wanted to do a Harry Potter musical. J.K. Rowling said no.
In America, Crazy Is a Preexisting Condition. If history is any indication, passionate outrage is a political staple.
10 Must-Dos for the First Week of College.
In the category of Beyond My Comprehension, an interactive breakdance competition in stop-motion (Warning: not for the epileptic-inclined).
[There's still time to get your caption in! We'll lock down the contest on Sunday.] Our latest brilliant cartoon is by regular _floss reader, the very gifted Art Fuentes.
Let's take a look at some real life Don Drapers who went on to find fame in other fields. Here are a few famous folks who got their starts penning slogans and writing jingles.
Big news around these parts: The Iowa State Fair kicked off yesterday. And you know what that means "“ Butter Cow.
The 2009 college football season is fast approaching.
Guitar great Les Paul died this week, and I've been thinking about what I could post in tribute.
We've all heard actors and athletes who've won something say, "I couldn't have done it without the fans!" But in this case—if you count finishing in 3,164th place &q
Cat Saves Man from Burning Home
With most "pet saves family from fire" stories, it's easy to assume that the pet woke someone up because it wanted OUT of the house.
Death doesn't spell the end of your time in the spotlight. Sometimes it's just the beginning. Take Michael Jackson, for example.
Here in metro Detroit, this weekend marks the massive Woodward Dream Cruise, where drivers of classic and unusual automobiles of all kinds cruise along Woodward Avenue - which was the nation's fi
A Malignant Melanoma Walks Into a Bar... Relatively young cancer patients are fighting back with their sense of humor.
What happens when you put the drivers of ingenious concepts from Mali with those from Ghana and Kenya, and add resources to the mix?