In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.
Here are some science tricks you can do with objects you might have stashed around the house. Like a watermelon and dozens of rubber bands.
Subjects were asked how they pronounce certain words, and what they thought about people who said them differently.
Undressed turns 15 years old on July 26. In celebration, here are some future stars who popped up on the seminal show.
In 1943, the U.S. War Department issued a manual packed with "informal" games that men might play if they were lucky enough to have downtime.
Under a scanning electron microscope, the plants that populate our world look more like alien planets.
Recently, Massachusetts-based planning and design firm Sasaki partnered with Equation Research to find out what urbanites love most about their city lives.
A number of film titles have become part of the vocabulary even among people who haven't seen the movies in question.
Going off to war often means leaving your family, friends, and beloved pets behind. During World War II, Polish soldiers compensated for their missing loved ones by adopting a Syrian brown bear.
"Suddenly, within the space of a few minutes, the water started turning darker and eventually was completely red."