The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.
Having a statue erected in your likeness sounds like it would be an honor.
Chocolate is brown, mustard is yellow, and ketchup is red—or so goes conventional wisdom. But in 2000, one condiment giant decided to give “America’s Favorite Ketchup” a Technicolor makeover.
Today's maps look at each state's most popular baby name, per Social Security Administration data.
It turns out, there are a number of things about English that conspire to make “I could care less” a less irrational phrase than it might seem.
From now until Opening Day, we'll be taking a look at the stories behind some of the greatest team names in Minor League Baseball.
The generic name “Pol” for a parrot can be traced back to England since at least the early 1600s.
With her "biocouture" fashion line, Suzanne Lee is growing the clothes of tomorrow in a lab.
So what is a computer? Let's ask some kids on Sesame Street in 1984.
These critters are sneaky!
If you are a person of a certain age, you remember what it was like to use a rotary phone—the slow process of dialing, the weird clicking sound the wheel made. These kids are too young for that.
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