Liechtenstein is the world’s leading exporter of false teeth.
I suppose reading tea leaves or lines on your palm is pretty strange too, when you think about it, but these take the cake.
10 Weird Ways to Predict the Future
Every so often, we dig up the first time The New York Times covered various subjects.
The Sony Rolly Sound Entertainment Player is an egg-shaped 2Gb MP3 player that flaps its wings, rolls around, and flashes LED lights in time to the music.
I love me a song with a lot of words in it. For example, Genesis wrote one in the 1970s called "Supper's Ready" that has a whopping 997 words - that's a whole lotta lyric.
I hope you all enjoyed the Fourth of July last weekend. I know I did -- copious amounts of grilled food were eaten, fireworks were observed, independence celebrated.
We've offered some complicated Brain Game puzzles, but this is not one of those. Hey, it's Monday after a holiday weekend.
Jedi Gym. A Star Wars nerd opens a fitness center for like-minded individuals.
We've been hearing a lot about the more popular Presidents this holiday weekend. But for some reason, nobody's mentioned Franklin Pierce.
Why not? You love America. We love America. Plus, it's really hot outside.
The Championships, Wimbledon are in full swing at London's All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
When it comes to offbeat political figures, California's history is remarkably rich—and we're not talking about The Governator.
On the night of September 13, 1814, Francis Scott Key, an American lawyer and amateur poet, accompanied American Prisoner Exchange Agent Colonel John Stuart Skinner to negotiate a prisoner release wit
Of course we know that July 4 is Independence Day in the U.S. But lots of other things have happened on that date as well. Here are just a few:
10 Other Things That Happened on July 4
CNN is reporting that North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms passed away at the tender age of 86.
Today we're re-excerpting from Cormac O'Brien's terrific piece in mental_floss.
The First to Walk Like a Crab: Julia Dent Grant (first lady, 1869"“1877)
Julia Dent Grant was cros