Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
We've had an unprecedented amount of rain here in Los Angeles lately, and it's making people weird.
Shopping online can be fun, even if you're only "window shopping." There's an amazing array of ways to make your home stand out from all the others, or just give your guests a litt
Thanks for taking part in Tuesday Test Time, and good luck!
The following five words have a very specific trait, relating to their spelling.
Inside the Battle to Define Mental Illness.
Okay, I'm aware that this show is nothing but poofy tabloid-culture nonsense, but I Get That A Lot is kind of a guilty pleasure.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
It's no secret that I love Robert Schnakenberg's Secret Lives series, so when I recently spotted Secret Lives of the Supreme Court, I snapped it up.
In 2010, mentalfloss.com racked up 147,117,038 pageviews. Thanks to everyone who helped us run up the score!
From now on, when Paul Simon sings his song "Kodachrome" in concert, he’ll need to give some of the audience a primer on just what that is.
Hans Rosling is best known for his visualization of statistics data: he makes engaging animated displays that show how statistics (like AIDS rates, economic data, and even census data) change over ti
I live in Los Angeles, but for the most part I stick to reading the New York Times.
Just recently we were reminded how delicate our online ecosystem really is when the mysterious group Anonymous took down big websites like Visa, Mastercard, and PayPal because they refused to support
Sure we do it every day in all sorts of ways, but just how good are you at "eyeballing it"? Do your shelves tell one story of woeful inaccuracy that you feel must be corrected?
Thanks for playing the Monday Math Square. The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9.
Most of us wouldn't order a meal that costs more than, say, $555.