OK was first used by a Boston newspaper editor as an intentionally misspelled, jokey abbreviation of “all correct.”
Plowing fields next to airports can reduce noise.
The hope is that these fake horns—produced in a lab using synthetic rhino horn DNA—will put poachers out of business.
At least four different people claim the fizzy concoction was their idea. Here, we try to determine who's telling the truth—and who's just blowing bubbles.
Do stink bugs smell like skunks—or cilantro? How can we end the invasion? Do they taste good in a taco? Here are the answers to your most pressing stink bug questions.
When done well, pop-up books can be engaging, imaginative, and even works of artistic brilliance.
Today's quiz questions come from 15 different categories. How many can you answer correctly?
The 1955 educational film "Sniffles and Sneezes" explores how germs are spread.
There are already a slew of suggestions, some more outlandish than others.
The next time your boss busts you for watching a cat video during work hours, tell him you’re doing it for your well being.
Scientists have cracked the genome of a man who died in the Pacific Northwest 8500 years ago—and his descendants still live nearby.
Looking back at the high school yearbooks of the class of 1915.
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