At the Wife Carrying World Championships in Finland, first prize is the wife’s weight in beer.
These artisans and small companies prove that they do, in fact, make 'em like this anymore.
Drivers are more likely to give cyclists leeway if the signs say something like “Bicycles May Use Full Lane.”
What was once literature's favorite exclamation is now as dead as the Romantic poets who used it.
University of Helsinki researchers find that some ants seek out foods that fight infection.
There's a reason why most American students start with French or Spanish as a second language.
A slower-melting cone is just one of the protein's benefits.
On this week's List Show episode, Mike looks back on some of history's not-so-bright ideas. (Remember the flying Ford Pinto?)
Scientists have developed a new way to see the secret lives of cells.
The perfect building material for the young at heart.
Shellfish farmers in the Pacific Northwest breed one of the world's strangest sea foods—the geoduck.
Even the Tudors knew not to shoot the messenger (even if they phrased it a little differently).
Mammoths roamed 12.8 million square miles during the most recent Ice Age, according to a recent study.
DeepFlight's Dragon gives whole new meaning to the phrase "getting away from it all."