Dr. Ruth was trained as a sniper by the Israeli military.
UPDATE: We have a winner, whose name will be announced just prior to the next Weekend Genius Challenge on Saturday, February 9.
1. When the Roman Emperor Titus pillaged the Holiest of Holies in 70 C.E.
1. The Stereotypical Russian Soda Jerk
Soda Popinski first appeared in Super Punch-Out!! in 1984, where he was known as Vodka Drunkenski. He was re-christened for Mike Tyson's Punch Out!!
"¢ It's Super Bowl time! Here are some lamentably familiar personalities to avoid when sending invites for your party.
Every professional athlete longs to "get a ring" by winning a championship, and earning a Super Bowl ring is certainly a rare and amazing feat. However, it's not that rare.
Weight loss is a common topic, as any number of ads, articles, news segments and infomercials are likely to let you know.
It's said that the clothes make the man, but what about the mustache? Does it make the man, or does the man make it? Sort of a "chicken or the egg" question.
Easily the best-named wikipedia variation, Wookieepedia caters to the geekiest of geeks "“ the Star Wars superfans.
Major technological problems here today. The site's been down for hours. Sorry, everybody. If you're reading this, I have no idea whether that means we're back up for good.
You can do a lot with less than the normal complement of fingers -- including becoming a guitar legend! Here are five famous examples of people achieving fame despite missing some digits!
Man Sets Station On Fire Over Playlist
24-year-old Paul Webster Feinstein has been charged with arson in the case of the February 5th fire at radio station KOOP in Austin, Texas.
February is a tough month. We're in the final stretch of winter, and spring seems like a long way off. Maybe that's why they made it the shortest month. But that wasn't enough!
Since newspapers are generally intended for geographic areas, not to cover specific topics, finding newspapers that are unusual for one reason or another can be tricky.
When my cousins and I were younger, we would play this card game called "Spit" for hours and hours on end (when we weren't playing Paperboy on the Nintendo or watching Rock 'n'