The eye chart with the big "E" on top is called a Snellen Chart.
Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase was in the enviable position of designing the original US $1 bill in 1862. So who do you think he put on that bill? Himself, of course.
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Here's a new word ladder for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Wednesday Wordplay challenge.
Syrians have been protesting their government and dying for it for a year now.
Even with all the strides towards equality that women have made in the past hundred years, it's still fairly uncommon for a woman to propose to a man.
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The founder of Anusara yoga recently stepped down amid accusations of sexual impropriety with his students.
Though she’s well-known for her other roles—originating Sheila in A Chorus Line, Baby’s mom in Dirty Dancing—Kelly Bishop, who turns 68 today, is perhaps most recognized for her recent turn as Emily G
If you've ever taken one of our Lunchtime Quizzes and thought you could come up with something much better, now's your chance. I need someone to take over the Tuesday quizmaster position.
Trees are exceedingly useful. They clean our air, cool our communities, and make the landscape beautiful.
You might not recognize the term “tilt-shift” immediately, but you’ll certainly recognize the photo style when you see it.
The Academy Awards are all abuzz, so here's a mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge to gauge your Oscar knowledge. Good luck:
Name the most recent Best Picture winner
How should the Star Wars films be presented to young people who didn't grow up seeing them in theaters? Try showing them in Machete Order for the greatest viewing pleasure.
Even Edgar Allan Poe, master of eerie twists and turns, would have been mystified by this mind-boggling coincidence created in part by one of his stories.
Pill bottle image via Shutterstock???, sometimes transliterated as "Rx," is an abbreviation of the Latin recipe, the command form of recipere, "to take.” Back in the days when most ever