J.K. Rowling invented Quidditch in a pub.
Today is the 67th anniversary of Grant Wood's death; tomorrow is the 118th anniversary of his birth. At the request of readers Meredith T.
Alex Rodriguez's recent confession that he used steroids while with the Texas Rangers is being mentioned as one of baseball's biggest scandals ever.
With Valentine's Day looming around the corner, I thought this was an appropriate list for today. I'm generally not a fan of romantic comedies "“ at least, not ones from recent years.
They must call it premium for a reason, right? Let's find out if we're missing out on something big by not shelling out the extra 20
This week we're thrilled to have guest blogger Courtney Humphries posting with us.
Recently, my wife had a bad sinus infection. When antibiotics didn't help, she turned to alternative medicine.
So you haven't figured out what to buy your sweetheart for Valentines Day!
At the office, Ed Baker's boss liked to reward workers that went above and beyond the call of duty.
Every time you think you've heard it all, something new comes along and blows the doors off your preconceptions.
In honor of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin today, here are quotable things he never said.
When the electorate sprinkles fairy dust on a vainglorious, thrusting politician and sends them to Parliament, we expect the expected.
On this planet, there are now more chickens than any other bird, and many, many more chickens than humans. Nevertheless, most people know very little about the fowl they devour nearly every day.
Today's surprising article: Kevin Kelly on Amish hackers.
1. Dr. James Bedford, a psych professor at the University of California, was the first person to ever be cryonically preserved.
We're back with another cartoon by regular _floss reader, the multi-talented Robert Bonotto. To repeat the rules, the idea here is quite simple: Your job is to come up with a gag.