Elmo is the only non-human to testify before Congress.
After every presidential election since 1984, Newsweek has printed the best gossipy stories, revealing all the whining and backbiting of America's greatest spectacle.
The response to our 'Name x in y minutes' book giveaway has been overwhelming.
Lawrence Lessig has been working in the area of copyright law for years.
Two reasons for choosing the orange to Dietribe upon this week: one, it's something bright to lighten up the winter doldrums, and two, as a reminder of how to fight some of those nasty winter-rel
Shortly after bowling a 37 at the Pleasant Valley Lanes during a March campaign stop in Altoona, Pa., Barack Obama vowed to replace the White House's bowling alley with a full-size indoor basketb
You've probably heard of HD -- now available in widely-available consumer video cameras (under $1,000) and viewable on the latest-greatest high-res flatscreens, you can enjoy the magic of home-gr
Now that Dick Cheney is winding down his second term as one of the more controversial Vice Presidents of the United States, what next?
From the Department of Redundancy Department: Kara's 5 Questions quiz once again inspired meÂ to composeÂ today's Brain Game.
Heavy is the head that wears the "It" girl tiara.
History has no dearth of young women who, once thrust into the limelight, manage to screw things up in astounding, stupefying ways.
Miss Cellania is temporarily out of commission, so I'll be filling in today.
Heironymous Bosch's "Garden of Earthly Delights" may be one of the most studied works of art in the world, yet we still know very few definitive facts about the triptych or the man who
Do we have any _flossers from Stanley, Idaho? If so, you have put me to shame.
Last week, President Bush declared large parts of the Pacific Ocean as marine national monuments, permanently restricting commercial usage (like fishing and oil exploration) in those areas.
Periodically over the last few years, Mangesh and I have talked about trying some short stories on the _floss.