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26 Cool Tattoos Spotted at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con

Jill Harness

Geeks are known for their dedication to their favorite comics, TV shows, video games, and movies—so it's hardly surprising that there are tons of geeky tattoos at Comic Con, the world's larg

The Science of Implanting False Memories

The Week

MIT researchers have successfully incepted the minds of mice with events that never happened.

The Missing Links: No TV And No Beer Make Homer Something Something

Colin Patrick

5 Forgotten Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm

Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Here are some of the more bizarre Grimm tales that didn’t quite merit the Disney treatment.

Human Tetris, Pac-Man, and More

Chris Higgins

The World’s Longest Yard Sale Is This Week

Lucas Reilly

Every August, a quiet country road transforms into a bustling trail of attic knickknacks—a 690-mile-long yard sale.

Wednesday is New Comics Day

Rich Barrett

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.

79 Common Mispronunciations

Breaking Bad Teasers Profile Walt, Jesse, and Hank [Sponsored]

It's almost time! The anticipation around the premiere of the 6th season of Breaking Bad is at full measure now.

10 Henry Ford Facts (That Have Almost Nothing to Do With Cars)

Erik van Rheenen

If Henry Ford were still around for his 150th birthday (July 30), he'd probably be exhausted of people talking about the Model T or his development of the assembly line.

Are the High Seas a Criminal Paradise?

Matt Soniak

Brain Game: Nicer Sizes

Sandy Wood

11 Harry Potter Facts From Our Amazing Fact Generator

Jason English

In the Harry Potter universe, the famous boy wizard was born on July 31, 1980, which would make him a man wizard in his early thirties. (J.K.

Film of San Francisco After the 1906 Earthquake

Chris Higgins

On April 18, 1906, a devastating earthquake struck San Francisco.

How Edgar Allan Poe Got Himself Kicked Out of the Army

Matt Soniak

On January 28, 1831, a court-martial tried a young cadet at the U.S. Military Academy on charges of gross neglect of duty and disobedience of orders.