Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh played Screech's cousin on Saved by the Bell: The New Class.
Installment #28: The rise of German power on land and at sea in the first years of the 20th century forced Britain and France, rivals since the medieval period, to put aside their differences to conta
Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, has passed away. She was 61. This story on her life and accomplishments originally appeared last
Most people think of TV movies as cheesy, inferior versions of their big-screen counterparts, but no other movie has caused as much fear in its viewers as the BBC film Ghostwatch.
The movie was sho
You Think Nuclear Weapons Are Safe? Why Don’t You Stand Right Under One As It Explodes?
These five guys did.
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When we think of the world of science, we often imagine white lab coats and sterile instruments, where everything is perfectly measured, monitored and executed.
Without the Space Shuttle, our sources of fresh space video are somewhat limited.
Friday morning, we awoke to the horrific news of a shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.
Good luck solving today's Monday Math Square mentalfloss.com Brain Game challenge:
Place the digits 1 through 9 in the white blanks so that the mathematical equations work both across and down
England hasn't hosted the Olympics since 1948, but the Royal Family participates quite often.
July 22 is Pi Approximation Day because pi's fractional approximation is 22/7.
You, me, cats, dogs, horses, rabbits, deer, elephants and lots of other animals all make brown poop (most of the time, anyway).
Positively brilliant - The Sound and the Fury as William Faulkner imagined, in color.
You've already seen celebrities posing with Mental Floss at the Motor City Comic Con, but have you ever wondered whether your favorite fictional characters would enjoy the magazine?
Kevin Allocca is the "trends manager" at YouTube, which means, as he says, he watches YouTube videos for a living -- and then thinks about why they become popular.