7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
Scientists explain how we get those beautiful color photos from space.
As a successful writer of works for both children and adults, E.B. White received fan mail often. But even though he seemed to hate it, that didn't stop him from writing back.
Today’s rapid-fire special effects-laden spots don’t seem to have the memorability factor of yesteryear’s Clio winners.
Forget those sluggish tail-draggers you’ve seen plodding through old cartoons—in the real world, many dinosaurs lived fast and died young.
Grammar provides the bare bones for all language—be it the written words of Leo Tolstoy or the eminently impersonable speech of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Hannah Keyser looks into what makes the $2 bill so special.
Happy birthday, Stephen Colbert!
The emu appears prominently on the Australian coat of arms, but at one time, the country wasn't so proud to be home to the largest population of the species.
Reader (and writer) Stacy asks, “What makes Magic Shell so magic?”
Who started the AP program? How has it changed since the 1950s? And is it effective? Read closely—there will be a quiz.
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