Feeling Angry? Take a Nap

Shaunacy Ferro

A nap heightens people's ability to withstand frustration, according to a new study.

14 Hot and Juicy Facts About Nathan’s Famous

Jeff Wells

Nathan's Hot Dogs are as American as, well, its hot dog eating contest.

The Grossest 'Snow' on Earth

Kate Horowitz

Marine snow is made of just about anything—except water.

15 Fun Facts About 'The Powerpuff Girls'

Roger Cormier

The hit Cartoon Network series is readying for a reboot.

What Exactly is American Cheese?

Rachel Semigran

20 Bob Ross Quotes to Make Life Better

Caitlin Schneider

The painter was unrivaled in his ability to spout verbal poetry faster than it took to paint one of those happy little clouds.

Possible Breakthrough for Sufferers of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Shaunacy Ferro

Norwegian researchers think chronic fatigue syndrome may be caused by antibodies produced to fight off infection.

How Music Affects Productivity

Rebecca OConnell

10 Tales of Legendary Ghost Ships

Bess Lovejoy

These ships still sail the seas, supposedly.

George Washington, History's Only Six-Star General ( … Sort Of)

Stacy Conradt

Thanks to a law passed in 1976, our nation's first president—who died more than 200 years ago—is still the military's highest-ranking official.

5 Gorgeous Old Pictures of Seashells

Erin McCarthy

From a new book by the American Museum of Natural History.

Welcome All Creeds, All Breeds—to Dog Chapel

Ali Parr

They say that Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, but man’s best friend would probably enjoy frolicking on Dog Mountain a little bit more.

10 Things You Should Know About the U.S. Postal Service

Megan Thielking

Snail mail doesn’t sound thrilling, but the United States Postal Service is anything but boring. Here are a few facts about the letter carriers in your life.

This is the Brain of the Man Who Shot James A. Garfield

Erin McCarthy

This Lizard Changes Sex Based On Temperature, and Becomes Extra Fertile

Hannah Keyser

The hotter it is, the more likely bearded dragons are to hatch female—regardless of their chromosomal compositions.