The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy.
Starting today, fans of the Green Bay Packers can purchase an official share of stock in the team for $250.
The FAQs at packersowner.com offer further details for any Cheesehead thinking about gett
Photo by Friends of the High Line, Courtesy of John Baldessari and Marian Goodman Gallery
There's a big $100,000 bill plastered on a billboard near the High Line in New York.
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge requires you to choose the correct city in one of three states - California, Florida, or Texas.
New postal service cutbacks will mean slower delivery of first-class mail.
On this date in 1933, the 21st amendment nullified the 18th and America was no longer a dry country.
Sometimes a thing is so bad there’s no way to say it nicely. Here are ten reviews that don’t even try.
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On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) informed the country that the U.S. unemployment rate has dropped to 8.6%.
The way the GOP nomination process has gone, it seems every candidate eventually gets a turn to put on the frontrunner hat.
The NFL has announced that Madonna will be your halftime entertainment for Super Bowl XLVI in February.
Good luck with today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game. It's hard to believe that we're passing the century mark with the Monday Math Square.
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This lovely Giant Pacific Octopus was just brought to the Smithsonian National Zoo after the previous octopus resident, Octavius, passed away.
Store this away for a future pub quiz night: Only one McDonald's in the world has turquoise arches.
Between the clouds, the trees, and the stunning rock formations, this landscape seems like a hikers' paradise. The only problem?
Samuel "Shemp" Horwitz was born on March 17, 1895. He was the third in the line of five consecutive brothers born to Sol and Jennie Horwitz.