The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
No matter how old you get, you never outgrow wanting to have a secret passageway or hidden room in your house.
In 1992 in Japan, Fernandez Verde combined English language instruction with awkward aerobic movements to create the early morning TV show Eikaiwa taisō Zuiikin' English.
As anyone who’s sat through a knock-off birthday anthem in a chain restaurant knows, “Happy Birthday to You” has been under copyright since 1934.
Today is the 33rd anniversary of Vanuatu's independence, called by some the happiest place on earth. Back in 2009, Ransom Riggs stopped by to see what all the fuss was about.
Since Street View went international in 2008, its portfolio has expanded to include digital postcards of the suburbs, museums, tourist attractions, and natural landmarks in 48 regions and counting.
If hurtling down an active volcano at over 50 mph sounds like something you should add to your bucket list, here’s what you need to do.
Here are three examples from three different commonly disparaged dialects that illustrate how dialects have grammar.
We’ve already told you the story of Sir Nils Olav and about 10 other animals that have received military-style honors, but few of those critters actually served in the military.