The duffel bag is named for Duffel, Belgium, where the cloth used in the bags was originally sold.
Through a brain-to-brain interface, subjects guessed accurately 72 percent of the time.
Sorry, Columbus fanatics. The Spaniard didn't debunk the flat earth theory any more than he "discovered" the Americas.
Each glacier mouse is home to a tiny, secret world.
Erik Estrada once broke eight ribs, his wrist, his collarbone, and his sterum shooting an episode. The man was dedicated.
Their inventor originally wanted them in the shape of a curvaceous, kneeling woman.
The ambient sounds of the National Parks of the Southwest is about to be your new favorite album.
Coral reefs are in trouble. On these Pacific reefs, one of the major causes of coral loss is predation by the crown-of-thorns sea star.
It's getting cold out and everyone needs some extra layers—even the people on the traffic signs.
Square, circle, triangle—how boring!
The future might mean flying bunk beds.
Their job was exactly what it sounds like: They were paid to knock on windows.
Columbus’ first map of Hispaniola was a little sparse on details.
Just some disembodied robot cat legs, no big.
How a 15th century voyager got his own federal holiday.