In 1726, Mary Toft convinced British doctors that she was giving birth to rabbits.
The 1964–'65 World’s Fair opened in New York City 50 years ago today, bringing a plethora of innovative exhibits to Flushing Meadows–Corona Park in Queens.
The idiom “you are what you eat” takes on a whole new meaning when your own tail is what’s on the menu.
Authors of the '90s found interesting ways to tap into the fear of the unknown and write Internet-centric fiction as awesome as it was terrible. Here are 10 of those novels.
Show your crush you care on Ṥmigus-Dyngus Day. Splash them with water and spank them with pussy willow reeds.
New technology and innovative techniques have allowed researchers to breathe new digital life into long-lost analog artifacts.
Some Futurama Easter eggs foreshadowed events that wouldn't happen until seasons later.
When Eurasian rollers feed their babies grasshoppers, centipedes, and other insects, the chicks aren’t just getting the nutrition they need to grow—they’re getting an arsenal.
Let’s take a look back at the hottest zebra-striped pants of the early '90s.
The idea that moss grows on the north side of trees is an old one, says Dan Johnson of the College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho, "and it makes a lot of sense."
In the middle of a pleasant dream, something lurks in the shadows. Soon, the nonsensical reverie takes a dark turn and something starts stalking you. What is it?