Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
President Barack Obama turns 48 on Tuesday.
It's tough, but definitely possible. The idea of desalinating seawater to make it suitable for human consumption dates back so far that Aristotle even wrote on the topic.
Several years ago I switched over to rechargeable batteries because kids are battery gluttons. They still manage to run through them like water, and occasionally lose them.
Last week, one particular Brain Game was called "too easy" by aÂ handful ofÂ players. So we're going to start Monday with a bang.
Feral Houses of Detroit. An estimated 10,000 homes are empty and Mother Nature is claiming many of them.
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It was 28 years ago yesterday that MTV launched with The Buggles "Video Killed the Radio Star," and the world changed forever.
I'm putting together a quiz on celebrity roasts for next week—I give you the comedian and the joke, you tell me who the target is.
Happy August! Let's kick things off with the simply amazing.
by Ransom Riggs
1. It was good enough for
Saturday is the 166th birthday of Robert Todd Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's oldest son and the only Lincoln child to survive into adulthood.
Apollo Robbins is good at stealing stuff. For years, this renown pickpocket entertained Vegas audiences by stealing their hearts-- generally by stealing their wristwatches and money clips.
By combining a series of still-camera shots into a video, photographer Charlie McCarthy has made something amazing.