Nixon was speaking at Disney World when he famously declared, "I am not a crook."
The most famous New Year's Eve “drop” is the 11,875-pound icosahedral geodesic sphere that descends the flag pole at One Times Square in Manhattan.
Whether you plan to quietly ring in 2011 on the couch or you'll be partying like a rock star in Times Square, tradition dictates that Dick Clark should help you celebrate.
David Milz is the king liar of 2010 - at least according to the Burlington Liars' Club.
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The Periodic Table is full of fascinating facts? Why, that’s elementary, my dear
Every time we jump in our cars, we see countless road signs that we take for granted.
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If you're among the 48% of travelers planning to avoid air travel until you can be assured you won't be subjected to the full-body scanners, you should know that just because an airport has
A study shows that empathy has been declining among college students, even faster in recent years.
It's a tradition I'd venture to guess a good majority of us take part in every year (at least by T.V.): the New Year's Eve Times Square celebration.
Like so many other things, the ba
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• Blue foods are a rare occurrence in nature, as it often suggests that the food is toxic or rotten. But not so for blueberries!
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