There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who had been suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season for NCAA rules violations, announced Tuesday that he will enter the NFL’s supplemental draft r
We were happy to receive several positive comments on the Filling Station puzzle we ran last Wednesday, so we're offering a new one (in a similar vein) for Free-for-all Friday.
12 Events that will Change Everything.
Welcome to the (almost) weekend! Like every Thursday night, we're playing Guess the Theme! All the clips below have something in common.
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The Boston Bruins hoisted the Stanley Cup on Wednesday night, which means that players like Patrice Bergeron and Zdeno Chara are going to get their names engraved on the
One hundred years ago, The International Time Recording Company, Computing Scale Company, and Tabulating Machine Company merged to become the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company.
This news comes from a Q&A with Vanity Fair's Mike Ryan:
Is it true that you were originally cast as Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby
In this 1979 AT&T Archive video, a series of 70's-tastic dudes and ladies use car phones to talk on the phone IN A FREAKIN' CAR! Truly amazing, and so authentic that it looks fake.
If you’d like to see Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpiece The Starry Night in person, you’ll need to head to New York City’s Museum of Modern Art – where it's been part of the permanent collection sinc
Every Seinfeld fan remembers the scene in which Elaine broke out her best Australian accent and dingo theory. Are dingoes really known for eating small children?
Nominative determinism is the theory that a person's name has some influence over what they do with their life. Keep that in mind as you read this story.
Think Thursday with the crew here at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
A Fathers Day Story, from Justin Halpern, author of Sh%@ My Dad Says.
In this corner: Baby Ruth Cleveland.
Two weeks ago, I pointed to a street video from New York, in which filmmaker Ty Cullen asked passersby who wore headphones "Hey, what song are you listening to?" Commenters asked for more v