If you combine the electoral college results of the '80 and '84 elections, Reagan won 1014-62.
This week we’re headed to the home of Mark Twain, Harry Truman, and Jesse James—the Show-Me State, Missouri.
Here's a big achievement with tiny blocks.
We all know that Nike is named after the Greek goddess of victory, and the origin of "Air Jordan" is hardly obscure, but where did some other famous shoes and brands get their names?
This so-bad-it's-good horror flick swam into theaters 15 years ago today. Here are a few things you might not have known about it.
The chemical symbol for oxygen is O. Makes sense. Calcium gets repped by a Ca. Sounds good. Hydrogen? H. Cobalt? Co. Lithium? Li. With you so far. Lead? Pb. Stop the presses!
You sit too long with your legs crossed or lie with your arm under your head, and when you go to move the limb, it's tingling with a "pins and needles" sensation. But why?
Let's get the band back together.
"Run, Rick, go — goooooo!"
Here are some science tricks you can do with objects you might have stashed around the house. Like a watermelon and dozens of rubber bands.