In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
First we were all about executive-branch doodles; now it's about the hair.
Here's another fantastic item from an unlikely source -- the DukeMedAlumniNews bulletin.
Whelp, it's Thursday folks. And you know what that means! One more day until the weekend? Nahhh. Try time for another Thingamajig Thursday.
According to the BBC, a 52-year old German man named Bernd Dressler has started a "separation agency" to help make breaking up easier.
I stumbled across "The Twisted Films of PES" yesterday, and I was completely mesmerized.
Inspired by David's (admittedly bizarre) claim that Missouri is "the" place to live, I decided to get to the bottom of this.
I'm not sure which demographic this appeals to, but iwantoneofthose.com has the perfect gift for people who a) love Star Wars knock-offs, b) love taking baths, and c) love thinking about their St
I've been looking into hospital hygiene for a freelance article I'm working on, and this article from the Times magazine had a doozy of a historical anecdote on the topic.
Oh, how I chortled when I read this submission to our Reduce Idiocy campaign!
This week we bring you another mad (and by "mad," we mean "brilliant") scientist who turned up in the research for our upcoming cover story on "The Future" -- Amy Smith,
A couple weeks back we gave you some tips for saving money at the pump in our IQ-tips, mentioning Gasbuddy.com as the best website to find the best prices in your town.
Don't ask me why, but I
Earlier this month, our YouTube Hunter found some riveting rock-paper-scissors footage.
Reader Maddy nominated a classmate as today's example of what not to say when trying to impress science buffs (or for that matter, anyone else):
From the mewling spastic who sits in front of m
My friend Fred just wrote a story about a bill stiffening the penalties for animal fighting that made me want to taunt the opposing Congressmen a la Spaceballs: "What's the matter, sir?
My alma mater made the news last week when Star Wars impresario and fellow graduate George Lucas gifted it -- the USC school of Cinema -- a whopping $175 million.