Presidential retreat Camp David is named after Dwight Eisenhower’s grandson.
Some directors can't seem to get their point across in two full hours.
Last week, I took a look at 10 Great American Animal Races. Today, I provide the video footage.
We'll start with Camel Racing. All the fun without the tar and
Anyone can pick out Spanish from French, or German from Italian. But what about Mandarin from Thai, or Danish from Norwegian? Turn up those speakers and let's find out!
With the millions of patents out there, there are bound to be a few nutso ones, right? Or maybe a LOT of them. Here are 10 of the more curious patents out there.
Last May, we welcomed grammar legend Patricia T. O'Conner as a guest blogger.
Dan Ariely is back with another killer TED Talk about his research! Back in March I wrote Dan Ariely: Why People Cheat, pointing to Ariely's TED Talk about his research on cheating.
With New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd's plagiarism scandal making headlines, we figured it was a good time to revisit a few other famous cases of word borrowing.
There are certain things about the Old Stone Age you learn in high school—like the distinctions between Lower Paleolithic, Middle Paleolithic, and Upper Paleolithic periods.
Is it ever really too late to complete unfinished business?
I've got movies onÂ my mind lately, so today's Brain Game is a follow-up to yesterday's.
Top 10 Greatest Explosions Ever. Actually this list addresses ten types of big explosions, so you'll for sure learn something new.
The Many Sides of Shel Silverstein.
With Christian Bale's opening in Terminator Salvation just a few days away, I was reminded he recently signed on for Batman 3.
It's still early in the Major League Baseball season, but some teams have already been ravaged by injuries.
While the horse racing world is all abuzz over Rachel Alexandra, the amazing three-year-old filly who recently beat Kentucky Derby winner Mine that Bird (along with a field full of other colts) in the
It was recently announced that as of July 4, 2009, tourists (and non-tourists, I suppose) will once again be able to perch in the Statue of Liberty's crown to gaze out across the land.