At points in the 1990s, 50% of all CDs being produced worldwide were for AOL.
Somebody had to do them, and we're just glad it wasn't us.
This unlucky guy is the first-ever salamander to be found preserved in amber.
1. He’d totally rock a mullet.
Some researchers argue that being aggravated by mouth-related sounds can be a psychiatric disorder.
Twitter offers more than one-liners, links, and pictures of lunch.
Nostalgia never looked so bad and felt so good.
Imagine a bunch of crocodiles inhaling balloons! (That's not quite what happened, but we can dream.)
How 230-year-old legislation inspired an Instagrammer.
What's in the box? Use your head.
On paper, the idea of someone dissecting a toy to expose its skeleton and organs sounds like a child’s worst nightmare—but in practice it’s actually pretty neat.
And no, the answer isn't ‘no color at all.’
Researchers find that people attach more meaning to Mondays and Fridays, but have fewer mental representations of mid-week days.
From the patriotic number that Uncle Sam sports to the titular topper in Dr.
Here's the difference $220 million in donations made.
A new study of how hummingbirds eat shows that their tongues act as micropumps to draw fluid in.