In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.
They’ve been called “flying Oval Offices,” presently contain some of the world’s most high-tech missile defense systems, and even starred in an action movie alongside Harrison Ford.
This is how you should talk to people, at least according to old guides to etiquette.
If you're a kid learning how to write, English spelling can seem like a cruel prank.
Before motion pictures, there were many ways for people to experience something they had never seen before.
Even though Kirsten Dunst shot to fame as a 12-year-old by playing a child vampire (and also one of the the most badass board game players ever), she actually entered pop culture history as a mere tod
If you're turning 25 this year, good news—you can now rent a car in the US without paying a weird fee <i>and</i> you're as old as the California Raisins.