The Rhodes Scholar program is named for De Beers founder Cecil Rhodes.
We combed through the news to pick a few favorites from the (somewhat) recent past.
In North Carolina, a scientist finds snakes dressed as their long-gone neighbors.
Michael Thomasson's collection of over 11,000 games sold at auction for three-quarters of a million dollars to someone using the pseudonym "peeps_10091970."
From burnt food to PEZ memorabilia, there's a museum for everything. Start planning your summer roadtrip immediately.
This week's comics includes Witzend, The Wicked + The Divine, a new webcomic from Emily Carroll and the history of photobooths
The second edition of Endless Amusement, published in 1820, promises “nearly 400 entertaining experiments in various branches of science.”
Scientists are working to alleviate those maddening, irritating, altogether obnoxious things that can make your everyday life hell. And not a moment too soon!
It's Adopt-a-Cat Month! The Internet’s newest superstar could be waiting for you at the local animal shelter.
Would you like a McBeer with your McLobster?