Obsessive nose picking is called rhinotillexomania.
When Mary Ellis died in 1828, her family buried her in a peaceful patch of woods near a bend in the Raritan River.
Sorry, there won't be any free upgrades to these first-class cabins.
If you ever find yourself on one of these campuses with nothing to talk about, you'll be glad you watched.
Prii? LEGO? Twix?
A recent study finds that bumping fists rather than shaking hands in hospitals reduces the spread of bacteria.
The inside story of the commercial that changed advertising, even though Apple's Board of Directors didn't want to run it at all.
We all come into contact with many of these shapes every day. Here's what you can call them.
We’ve been taking you across the globe to show you some of the most beautiful museums in the world.
In the land of the road trip, the marking of town borders becomes a matter of town pride. Here are some welcome signs that don't quite fit the mold.