Above the Supreme Court is a basketball court—"The Highest Court in the Land."
Oreos are 100 years old now!
We may never know the true identities of Annoying Facebook Girl and Good Guy Greg, but we do know a little bit more about the people who inspired these memes.
On this day in 1981, acclaimed broadcaster Walter Cronkite retired from anchoring the CBS Evening News.
We all know John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, and we've all seen the Zapruder Film. But what you might not know is that the film didn't air on U.S.
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what the dreams of blind people are like, Tommy Edison (AKA The Blind Film Critic), offers some insight in this video:
On his YouTube page, Edison also o
Nope. The last immigrant to come through Ellis Island was Arne Peterssen, a 48-year-old merchant seaman from Narvik, Norway, and he did so in
March is Women's History Month, because women make history, even when they don't make the history books.
In 1932, Dr. J. A. Purves invented the Dynasphere, a ten-foot, thousand-pound wheel of steel that didn't exactly revolutionize personal motoring.
Because I'm married to an architect, I'm constantly sent links to wonderful architectural spaces and designs. Lately, I've been bookmarking them in groups.
The Tuesday Test Time challenge for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game will send your noggin on a trip around the United States looking for the answer.
Meet 150 Fearless Women.
Installment #7: In The War in the Air, published in 1908, H.G. Wells imagined a terrifying new form of aerial warfare, with cities turned into infernos by bombs dropped from the sky.
Geekdom lost an important figure over the weekend – Ralph McQuarrie died at the age of 82.
These road signs are enough to make anyone stop and scratch their head.
While almost everyone knows the First Rule of Fight Club and of course the Second Rule of Fight Club, it occurs to me that there are six more Rules of Fight Club that are a lot less famous.