France's last execution via guillotine was in 1977.
Hollywood has a new blacklist, but it's not what you think. This time, it's good to be on the blacklist.
We asked, you voted, we counted, and now three new shirt designs have been sent to the printer.
School Drops the Word "School"
Watercliffe Meadow in Sheffield, England opened in September to replace three schools, but don't call it a school.
Even if you have never committed an offenseÂ worse than a traffic ticket, have never beenÂ to "the Big House," and have never danced with a wooden chair, don't worry.
If you've ever looked at someone's haircut and wondered who could have possibly thought that was a good idea, this one's for you.
Friday = payday for many of us, so it's a good time to offer a Brain Game all about cold, hard cash. Good luck!
Your pocket is stuffed with U.S.
The biggest full moon of 2009 will be visible this weekend. When the perigee moon is near the horizon, an illusion mixes with reality to produce a truly stunning view.
At the request of readers Trena, Bob the Walrus, and Leo, today's "Feel Art Again" features Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944).
Today's book giveaway is a great one "“Â The Darwin Awards Next Evolution: Chlorinating the Gene Pool.
I'm feeling a lot better today. Good thing, too, because I'd hate to be desperate enough to try one of your faux cold remedies.
Editor's Note: The deadline for our $50,000 Tuition Giveaway is January 31.
I rattle off phrases all of the time without knowing where they really come from.
The Tribune Company has been in the news lately as it works towards selling off one of its prized assets, the Chicago Cubs.
After every presidential election since 1984, Newsweek has printed the best gossipy stories, revealing all the whining and backbiting of America's greatest spectacle.
I was as surprised as anyone to hear some very good environmental news coming out of the White House this week: the President has decided to set an enormous amount of marine real estate aside for prot