In 2001, Kim Jong-nam was busted with a fake passport while trying to sneak into Japan to visit Tokyo Disneyland. What's he been up to since?... READ ON
Most DVDs come with more than one audio track. The first one is generally English, and more than likely the second one will be French. Pourquoi?... READ ON
On a recent trip out west, I visited Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, where I saw plenty of bison dotting the plains. Or were they buffalo? Is there a difference between the two?... READ ON
The phrase, "What's the deal with..." is so synonymous with a specific brand of '90s observational comedy, I bet you just read those words in Jerry Seinfeld's voice. It's funny because he always said it! Or did he?... READ ON
In a survey conducted by the American Geographical Society, almost a third of all respondents said that Kansas was the flattest state.... READ ON
You zip into Starbucks looking for a latte and a Wi-Fi connection. Your MacBook does a little dance and connects so you can go online. But how does it actually work? What’s the magic?... READ ON
This week, Major League Baseball released the schedule for the 2015 season. You may have noticed that it starts later and ends later than previous seasons, but each team still plays 162 games, just as they have for decades. But how did MLB arrive at such a seemingly arbitrary number?... READ ON
France's last execution via guillotine was in 1977.