If you combine the electoral college results of the '80 and '84 elections, Reagan won 1014-62.
I've become increasingly fascinated with Siberia lately, that most evocative and extreme of geographies.
Today's Wednesday Wordplay segment at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game is a word ladder, just aching for you to solve it.
Many items belonging to Ted Kaczynski (The Unabomber) are up for auction. Proceeds go to his victims, but does this sort of sale just glamorize his crimes?
I'm going to Caesar's Palace this weekend. And the Palms Casino. I'll be flying in to McCarran International Airport.
Here's one less thing for our interns to do. The Cosby Sweater Project is a Tumblr blog that's compiling photos of Huxtable family clothing from every episode, with a drawing to go with it.
Happy Norwegian Constitution Day! In honor of the holiday, we're showcasing one of Norway's greatest (or at least most controversial) exports.
Talk about a great way to recycle, these 14 buildings are actually constructed from plastic bottles that likely would have otherwise ended up in a landfill.
Last week a bunch of you shared really interesting stories about movies filming in your area of the country.
In case you missed last week's post, my first novel is coming out June 7 and the beginning chapters are being made available online, one at a time.
Donald Trump’s rumored presidential candidacy has sparked fresh interest in the FCC’s equal-time rules. What would Trump’s candidacy mean for The Celebrity Apprentice?
The Periodic Table of the Elements is a wonderful aid in understanding chemistry, if you understand the reasons the elements are sorted the way they are.
Thanks for playing the mentalfloss.com Brain Game today. This Tuesday Test Time offers you anagrams of the names of five celebrities, living or dead, each of whom share the same last name.
A recovering Star Wars fan goes through the five stages of grief. There's hope that eventually all fans will reach the level of acceptance. (via Buzzfeed)
It was a little over 30 years ago (May 13, 1981) that Pope John Paul II survived an assassination attempt that came dangerously close to claiming his life.
It's become a kind of meme on YouTube of late: projects in which people document themselves over long periods of time and then compress the footage -- or series of stills -- so that their aging,