In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
Tuesday Test Time is back! In each entry below, you'll see the names of two U.S. states along with the first letter of the name of a larger-than-most city that is shared between them.
The Apostate: Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology.
My grandmother thought Victor Borge was just about the funniest person alive.
A lot of people are pretty unimpressed with the Black Eyed Peas after their halftime performance yesterday.
Who says fruit flies have all the fun in labs?
Welcome to the Monday Math Square, designed to get your noggin in gear to start the week.
Yesterday, for the first time in history, humans got to see the entire sun.
by Mary Carmichael
Dr. Stephen Hoffman learned about malaria the hard way—by rolling up his sleeves and letting thousands of infected mosquitoes bite
Just in time for the SuperBowl, my favorite link in a long time: NFL Uniforms as Soccer Kits.
What constitutes a Final Frontier in science these days? Can we cure cancer? Achieve immortality? Find the soul or any neighbors out there in space?
Movie trailers aren't what they used to be. The trailer for the 1975 movie Jaws was 3.5 minutes long and you never saw the shark, except for a short clip of a fin and a shot of the movie poster.
Last month, we brought you the stories of eight disabled animals who overcame the challenges they faced.
Charles Lindbergh was born 109 years ago today. In honor of the famed aviator’s birthday, let’s hop onto five things you might not know about The Lone Eagle.1. He Was Time’s First Man of the
Kanye West's Twitter feed is legendary. Sometimes profane, always bombastic, often awesome -- if you can keep up with the intense volume of the tweets, you're in for a treat.
On Fridays, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.