Pentheraphobia is the persistent fear of your mother-in-law.
While this deceptively simple portrait has clearly captured the imagination of the nation, the story behind its creation and rise to fame makes it all the more compelling.
The famous PDX carpet might be gone, but there are others out there waiting to be appreciated.
Eleanor Abbott, a retired schoolteacher, invented the cheerful board game when she came down with polio.
It wasn't all flappers and jazz bands.
What do non-English-speaking people say when it's raining cats and dogs?
Taylor Swift is a robot, Britney Spears has a couple of extra heads, and everyone else is apparently dead.
In honor of the anniversary of Magna Carta, the British Library hosted a poll to create a "bill of rights" for the digital age.
Jewelbots aims to get tween and teen girls interested in coding.
Believe it or not, "The World's Online Marketplace" felt compelled to explicitly ban all of these goods and services.
In real life, the Velociraptor was only .32 Pratts tall—not very threatening, at all.