The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy.
One hundred and seventy-five years ago, Charles Darwin set out with a survey voyage, aboard the HMS Beagle, in what would be a groundbreaking expedition for his own theories, and the way the world wou
Over the years, LEGO bricks have evolved into one of the most finely detailed toys. Here are some little accessories we appreciate in today's sets.
The Super Bowl is a really long game. If there's a lull in the conversation, you can toss out some of these facts.
As you'd expect, they've been cranking out a lot of Super Bowl stuff. Here are a few highlights.
Phil saw his shadow this morning, which (about 40% of the time) means six more weeks of winter. Here's a closer look at the one rodent we trust for weather prognostication.
Some believe February once boasted 29 days and that Augustus Caesar stole a day so he could add it to August, which was named for him.
Over 100 million people watch the Super Bowl each year ... and some of them don't give a flying pigskin about football. Here are some facts to tide them over until halftime.
Chris Higgins talks to the polarizing contestant about playing to tie, Watson's influence, Cliff Clavin, and more.
Don’t care about the Super Bowl this year? Lucky for you, there’s plenty of other programming out there.
The Super Bowl draws in the largest TV viewing audience of the year, so it makes sense that the network that hosts the Big Game takes advantage of the ratings bump by showcasing new or fan-favorite TV
The government and/or terrorists must have dumped fake snow on the South as a chemical attack.
This morning, in the world's most adorable press conference, the American Kennel Club announced that, for the 23rd year in a row, the Labrador Retriever is America's most popular pup—the lon