There are 293 ways to make change for a U.S. dollar.
When I researched the post 14 Great Names for Bugs, I found other wonderful species names, including some creatures that no longer exist.
John Stillwell/PA Photos/Landov
Adrienne Crezo is on vacation this week, but she found time to share that fact with me yesterday. I am grateful.
Those of you who know your state capitals should have a fun time with today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge. Enjoy!
Eleven different U.S.
The Mars Curiosity rover pulled off the most complex landing ever, millions of miles away.
Twenty years ago, Reebok introduced us to "Dan and Dave."
Once American sports fans moved beyond their game of word association -- "Who?" -- the two men involved became part of
You may be surprised to learn that not every politician is equipped with romantic game.
Make Your Very Own Ice Cubes: A Step-by-Step Guide
If you own the domain name Food.com, you better make sure you have all food bases covered.
South Korean fencer Shin A-Lam provided one of the indelible images of the 2012 London Olympics when she staged an hour-long, tearful protest after losing to Germany’s Britta Heidemann in an individua
The beginning of the week brings with it a new Monday Math Square mentalfloss.com Brain Game challenge.
Michael Phelps has won more Olympic medals than 154 participating nations, and didn't even medal in his first trip to the Games.
After a tense and slightly inebriated evening of watching NASA TV, I am pleased to report: NASA's Curiosity rover has
You’ll need more than a map and a shovel to find these cultural gems. But trust us, it will be worth the effort.
1. Hitchcock's Missing
Oscar Pistorius is one of the best stories of the 2012 London Games. Yesterday, the South African double amputee advanced to the semi-finals of the men's 400-meters.
This is so cool - the BBC has put together an Olympic Body Match where you input your height and weight and it will match you up with one (or more) Olympic athletes who match your body specs.
NASA's latest and greatest Mars rover, known as Curiosity, will attempt to land on Mars early Monday morning (or late Sunday night, depending on where you are on Earth).