Dr. Ruth was trained as a sniper by the Israeli military.
I've quit a few jobs in my time, and it's always an awkward process.
I made a Babies R Us run this morning. Before I left, my wife mentioned that our 12-month-old daughter could use a few more sets of size-12-months pajamas.
No self-respecting canine travels to a luxurious spa in the cargo bay of a 757, so it was only a matter of time before an airline that caters exclusively to pets arrived.
Some of you may recall my post last year about original recordings that were better than their covers.
We're working very, very hard to finish up the next issue of mental_floss magazine.
The secret lives of librarians took center stage at the American Library Association's annual conference earlier this month.
The longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century will move moved across parts of India, China, and Japan today.
Well, we're approaching the end of July. Summer's in full swing, and it's starting to get really hot and sticky outside.
Today's awesome geekery: It's a Secret to Everybody, an amazingly extensive article on the origins of various video game character names.
If you're ever browsing in the mental_floss store, you'll notice a 'Games & Puzzles' section.
Like millions this weekend, I eagerly saw Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. I'm ready to give it rave reviews and apparently I'm not the only one.
Skin is the largest organ on the human body, and an amazing number of things can go wrong with it.
The Tuesday Turnip is back! We gave it a BIG break to give the Internet time to catch up with us, which it has, which means all new interesting searches on Tuesdays!
For most of us, using crutches to get around would be an excuse to sit on the side of the dance floor. A select few take those crutches and outshine everyone around them.
Welcome to the mental_flossÂ Brain Game. Today's challenge is short and sweet, but is it easy? That's for you to decide.