The ZIP in ZIP Code stands for Zone Improvement Plan.
On Tuesday, David Israel introduced us to the people behind 10 famous disembodied voices. Today let's put names and faces to four more seemingly anonymous sounds.
The tournament tips off today, so let's close out our series of interesting facts about the Big Dance's schools with a look at the East
Jason Alexander is known to TV audiences around the world, of course, as George Costanza on Seinfeld, a role which garnered him six Emmy and four Golden Globe nominations, an American Television Award
The Big Dance starts today, and unless you are an NCAA basketball player, you can't do anything about the outcome of any of the games.
People find countries in the strangest places. Strangemaps collected a bunch of great examples, including some of these gems:
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Welcome to the Thursday Brain Game: Correctly solve the first three clues (three letters each), then plug inÂ those letters to come up with the final solution (a nine-letter word).
The Upside of Depression. The condition is so prevalent that its evolutionary benefit must outweigh the dysfunction, or at least that was so sometime in our history.
William Tyler Pearson -- male heir to the mental_floss fortune -- entered the world on Tuesday. Mother and baby are doing great.
Seahorses are unusual in the animal kingdom: the males actually carry and deliver the babies.
In some cities, it's not St. Patrick's Day without the parade. We have one in Des Moines, but (gasp) I've never been.
There's a 4,000-year-old cemetery in the desert north of Tibet known as Small River Cemetery No. 5.
If you were walking through the pouring rain and someone offered you an umbrella, would you accept it or assume it was some sort of weird scam?
Veteran actor Peter Graves passed away last weekend.
Let's keep our _flossy take on March Madness rolling with 16 facts you might not have known about the 16 schools who are dancing in the Midwest
When I was a kid, my parents had a few cut-paper shadow portraits hanging on the walls of me and my brother. Little did I know then that we were following the lineage started by Louis XV!