The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid (the red square).
In case you haven't been following all the strange animals discovered recently, National Geographic has a great end-of-year roundup.
You might be surprised at what happens when police officers and firefighters use steroids. They look good in the calendars, but they are risking their lives to become big and strong.
According to an intriguing French study, people actually tend to cycle faster on Wednesdays (hurrying towards the weekend, perhaps?)
Sorry to negate any efforts you were about to have for being
These 10 authors may not be Shakespeare, but they sure had vaulting ambitions.
From Flossy reader Cathy comes "a Christmas light show that is quite literally garbage.
Tonight's UncommonGoods giveaway item is the incredibly cool Phonekerchief!
Christmas has been the subject of film ever since film was invented. Some of those early shows survive, although you may not have seen them.
It’s not just pennies and dimes that people dump into those iconic red Salvation Army kettles at the holidays – some people see it as a chance to unload unlucky wedding jewelry, cumbersome stacks of $
If you live in the Cleveland area and are looking for something to do tomorrow (Saturday), stop by the mental_floss retail store in Chesterland! Come see where the magic happens.
Collapse is a 2009 documentary about the ideas and predictions of a man named Michael Ruppert, a former police officer and investigative journalist.
In the seventh "Symphony of Science" installment by John Boswell, Carl Sagan sings: "Science is more than a body of knowledge: it's a way of thinking; a way of skeptically interr
Every Friday, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.