Male seahorses carry the eggs and birth the babies.
I just got back from five days in Oregon, mostly in Portland (AKA Stumptown, Bridgetown, the City of Roses, the Metropolis of Aggressively Bohemian Baristas) -- a place I lived for ten months seven ye
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, at least when it comes to the British monarchy: In addition to being the reigning queen of 16 Commonwealth realms and the Paramount Chief of Fiji, engaging i
Scott Allen's article on weird presidential gifts is climbing the Most Popular chart on CNN.com (currently at #7).
I'm happy to announce a winner to our last How Did You Know? 5-day trivia hunt. Please meet Dawn Lester and Patrick Mooney from St.
Two things in life are inevitable—birth and death—and they both fall in the domain of the health care system.
In 1988, before the Internet was widely available to college students, Ken Ramberg and his mother Connie, founded a service called JobTRAK.
When I began to research cryptid apelike creatures from around the world, I was amazed at how many there were, from almost every corner of the earth.
Today's Brain Game isÂ a riddle. The solution doesn't involve any real trickery; just a keen mind and careful reading.
After Combat, Victims of an Inner War.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt,
with an all-new set of puzzles, prizes, and collaborators!
First, the prizes: In addition to the usual $100 and $50 gift certificates to our store for the fir
Although the show may have (some) shortcomings, and (many) detractors, it has become such a phenomenal cult hit that it has inspired multiple syndication deals on numerous networks and countless Hallo
It was August 1, 1946, that then-President Harry Truman signed the Fulbright Program into law. Suggested by Senator J.
Since I moved to London, I've gotten used to things being just a bit different: Sure, there's the whole accent thing and the driving on the other side of the road and the insertion of u'
President Barack Obama turns 48 on Tuesday.
It's tough, but definitely possible. The idea of desalinating seawater to make it suitable for human consumption dates back so far that Aristotle even wrote on the topic.