The eye chart with the big "E" on top is called a Snellen Chart.
We all know about Benjamin Franklin’s kite-flyin’, library-establishin’, Declaration-signin’, newspaper-printin’, lady-killin’ ways.
I live in Philadelphia, which is a quick enough drive to the Jersey Shore when traffic is good, but still pretty far from the ocean.
Henry Dawkins was always a bit of a scoundrel. His knack for law breaking, however, inadvertently saved the USA.
The fish love it.
Wiffle Ball season is once again upon us.
If you’ve ever been on the Internet, chances are you’ve stumbled across a thought-provoking essay by hyperprolific writer and English professor Roxane Gay.
Today's map breaks down where sticks of colored wax used for drawing are "crans" and where they're "cray-ahns."
Move over rum! Brazil’s favorite spirit is coming to town.
Born: Mel Books, John Cusack, Felicia Day. Bitten by Mike Tyson: Evander Holyfield. Ended: World War I.