Above the Supreme Court is a basketball court—"The Highest Court in the Land."
Robot Revolution History Lesson: Did Charles Babbage invent the first computer in the 1830s? The Revolution looks to be a slow roll.
We promised you twenty-four '11 lists' and twenty-four '11 lists' we delivered.
Not only have the men and women of the United States Armed Forces served their country, they have also served as inspiration for the Great White Way.
There's a sale going on in the Home & Office aisle of the mental_floss store this weekend. Here are some of the great gift ideas that are 20% off — just use the coupon code HOMESALE.
Becoming a comedic icon doesn't happen overnight. It takes years and years of hard work.
Lakers star Ron Artest made waves this summer when he announce he was changing his name to Metta World Peace.
For more than a decade, cities all over the world have been regularly invaded during the height of the tourist season by colorfully painted statues of animals or objects, all in an effort to raise mon
This past summer, Gallery1988 held a collaborative art show called "I Know You Art, But What Am I?", a tribute to Pee-wee Herman.
We've discussed 11 Natural Disasters That Led to Wars. Let's switch that around.
Who knew that some noises could eventually become as extinct as the passenger pigeon?
Carolina K. Smith, M.D.
It's a crazy day around here with all the 11 lists, so this week I only have one question for you: do you have any Friday Happy Hour questions you'd like to see asked?
Enjoy being humbled (humiliated?) by these 11 amazing child prodigies – some from history and some doing their prodigy thing in the here and
On 11/11/11, here are 11 of the most important 11s to ever 11.
1. The maple leaf on the Canadian flag has 11