At the Wife Carrying World Championships in Finland, first prize is the wife’s weight in beer.
The architecture of sentences can be a beautiful thing.
A sharp knife is undoubtedly the handiest tool you can slip into your pocket, but a dull one is a disaster waiting to happen.
August 7, 1913: France Passes Three-Year Service Law Beneath all the diplomatic maneuvering and bellicose blustering, Franco-German relations in the pre-war period were dominated by a single, inescapa
One word: "Crunchy."
Everyone knows what a computer is, right? It's electronic, high-tech and digital. It's only existed for the last 50 or 60 years.
We're coming your way, San Francisco!
Animal smugglers have some serious baggage.
Every Wednesday, I highlight the five most exciting comic releases of the week. The list may include comic books, graphic novels, digital comics and webcomics.
How does Ariel Castro's prison sentence—a millennium and then some—stack up against other stints in the clink?