Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.
General Mills is in hot water with the Food and Drug Administration over the cereal giant's claims that Cheerios have been "clinically proven to lower cholesterol." To the FDA's
Why is it that when we're at our most defenseless and socially awkward -- our early teen years -- so many pictures are taken of us?
In last night's Late Movies video round-up, Mario found a real gem. In case you missed it, this clip is from 1969, when Mr.
Dick Cheney has been in the news this week, critiquing the foreign policy of the Obama administration.
Last week's post Invasion of the Zombie Animals proved to be "interesting" for many, even those who were grossed out.
As a youngster, I bought more music on cassette than any other format.
The winners of the annual World's Best Illusions competition have been announced.
Today's 5pm Quiz on Schoolhouse Rock was very cool. Those short Saturday morning cartoons made learning fun, and they're also the reason I can still recite the preamble, word for word.
It's time for another edition of The First Time News Was Fit To Print, the semi-regular feature where we travel into the archives of The New York Times to find the first time the paper covered va
Looking to plan a vacation this summer but still not sure where to go? Why not schedule some decidedly devilish destinations?
In a TED Talk released this week, medical statistician Hans Rosling presents a new way to visualize the global AIDS epidemic.
It's practically a fact of life here in England, like rain half the summer, painfully congested Tube traffic, and conversations about the weather: The English hate the French.
So, you want to learn to cook? Here's a menu of seven schools where you can trade your suit and tie "“ or T-shirt and jeans "“ for a toque and white jacket.
1. Culinary Institute of
What if the things you did in "Second Life" had an effect on the real world? In Shaspa's new "augmented reality" power management tool, they do.
On May 14, 1804—205 years ago tomorrow—Lewis & Clark began their excellent adventure. The great Michael Stusser is with us to recap America's most celebrated road