In 1726, Mary Toft convinced British doctors that she was giving birth to rabbits.
Through Opening Day, we'll be looking at the stories behind some of the greatest team names in Minor League Baseball.
In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, good citizens attend the feelies—movies that allow them to feel the warmth of a bear rug or the flutter of a kiss.
Our connections to popular TV shows run deeper than their storylines and characters—we're also usually fond of our favorite show's theme music. But sometimes, those songs changed.
You've known these characters your whole life. Isn't it time you learned their real names?
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The results may put a damper on your morning sugar rush.
Here are six ways people have tried to make the troublesome business of doing your business more pleasant.
Sloths aren’t the most impressive swimmers. When today’s two- and three-toed sloths take a dip, they bob along in an awkward doggy paddle.
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It hits your email inbox with surprising regularity: “Life in the 1500s,” a collection of the incredible stories behind old sayings. But the stories are too good to be true.
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