Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
'Chicago,' 'Plutona,' 'Shonen Jump,' and 'Prison Island.'
An archive film from 1949 shows everything a subway conductor had to deal with during a typical day.
A poll ranked the Tudor king above Edward VIII and Charles I.
The infamous Book #40 may have actually saved lives.
People could only submit their resumes after they solved two math puzzles.
Photographer Anuar Patjane captures sharks, whales, and dolphins in their natural habitats.
Many have turned the flood tunnels of Sin City into permanent homes
This 500-pound machine saved us from the horror of living in a world without chocolate.
You may not know his name, but he designed all of your favorite movie posters.
Learning how to ride will become part of 2nd grade physical education classes in the nation's capital.
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Locals and visitors alike can step into the very same watering holes in which our founding fathers and their progeny debated policies over pints.
New satellite image technology is helping researchers determine exactly how wide remote waterways are.