One of Prince Charles's Secret Service code names was "Unicorn."
Someone recently played "jute" on me with devastating results. I decided I didn't know enough quick, hard-hitting 'J' words. Here are 11 that I just discovered:
Most teachers use the typical associations to teach the alphabet: A is for apple, B is for bear, C is for cat, and so on.
Who doesn't love a good vanity plate?
If you're planning a trip to Antarctica, here are some things you should know.
1. Nobody owns Antarctica.
• Grapefruit, like all citrus fruit, is a Hesperidum: a large modified berry with a thick rind.
People are understandably squeamish about public restrooms.
Sometimes there is more to a dinner plate than meets the eye. In some cases, what looks like a regular meal is actually a cake with some clever, camouflaging decoration.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is ridiculously distinguished: the man holds at least fourteen honorary doctorates, not to mention his real doctorate in astrophysics.
During the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration was established to help put Americans back to work.
I heard "Spice Up Your Life" over the PA at a store recently, and even though I don't know the song well, it's been stuck in my head ever since. So what do I do to get rid of it?
Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire Primary, but does that mean everyone else goes home? Read several opinions on what comes next.
The 30 Best Taco-Related Crimes Ever.
Good morning! It's the 11th of the month, which means we've got lots of '11 lists' for your reading enjoyment.
Dan Lewis runs the popular daily newsletter Now I Know (“Learn Something New Every Day, By Email”).
Did you know that the original idea for K'Nex came from a guy playing with drinking straws at a wedding?
It seems that people can’t get enough of “The End is Near!” panic.