Alaska is so big that you could fit 75 New Jerseys in it.
Theresienstadt concentration camp, or TerezÃn as it was usually called, was an oddity, even by the Nazi's standards. They used it as transit camp, before carting people off to Auschwitz.
In case you didn't get enough Presidential Facts from the mag, I have this whole collection of strange facts I've written down about U.S. Presidents.
Last week, we addressed which came first, the chicken or the egg. Then we answered five other burning questions about the fowl.
If Valentine's Day has inspired you to propose, many of you will probably look to your fathers for guidance and inspiration.
Normally, the scrawny staffers at mental_floss have little interest in reading about the history of body building, but when Tim Farrell pitched a fascinating profile on showman Eugen Sandow, we couldn
For the last month, I've been testing Health Cubby, a $9.99 iPhone app designed to track health and fitness goals.
So the prosecuting attorney says, "Tell the court exactly what you saw." As if it were that easy! The human brain stores only what we pay attention to.
Kara and I plan to offer a "state" puzzle book one of these days...
The 2007-2008 National Pet Owners Survey is out, and guess what? There are 142 million freshwater fish in America.
How the Crash Will Reshape America. The more you know, the better prepared you'll be for the changes ahead.
President No. 2: John Adams spoke with a lisp because he stubbornly refused to wear dentures.
President No. 4: James Madison was hardly an imposing figure.
To celebrate Valentine's Day, today's "Feel Art Again" features two love-themed works of art—"Hanging Heart" (left) and "Sacred Heart" (right)&
By Sam Boykin
It's what makes women wear torturous undergarments and feign interest in preposterous sporting rituals.
The Weekend Links are a tad truncated today since I am actually in the internet-less hinterlands as this post goes to press, but let's big with a strong opener: From the Annals of Too Much Time: