John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
Wait, isn't that a typo? Didn't you mean that "new-car smell?"
No typo. I'm not a huge fan of the new car-smell.
The global economic crisis isn't about money - it's about power.
(8) Sigmund Freud
Freud requires very little introduction, as his creation of the psychoanalytic wing of psychology has made him a household name.
Naming a film is not a task taken lightly, especially when many millions of production dollars are involved.
In 1999, UNESCO declared March 21 to be World Poetry Day.
We've had Kevin Roose guest blogging this week.
It's tough to imagine science without Galileo's contributions, as evidenced by this terrific reel of nicknames: "The Father of Science," "The Father of Modern P
The human body can be amazing in even the most mundane situations.
(1) Leonardo Da Vinci
Even if he hadn't diversified his brain so thoroughly, Leonardo might still be on this list for his achievements in any single field.
(5) Pablo Picasso
Picasso's name is synonymous with ever-evolving artistic genius.
From 1983 until his death in 1995, Bob Ross hosted The Joy of Painting on public television. He became known for the ease of his 'Bob Ross Method' of painting and for his happy demeanor.
Twice a year the Sun sits vertically above the Equator, giving us nearly equal day and night everywhere on the planet. Here are ten ways to celebrate with your (roughly) 12 hours of daylight.
(3) Rene Descartes
The Frenchman is no easy matchup given his resume: Father of modern philosophy.
1. Let's say a respected medical journal published a study that definitively tied cell phone use to brain tumors. You'd almost certainly get one if you continued using your current phone.