M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
Ever wonder where your favorite fast food chain first popped up? Look no further.
We're covering the events that led to WWI exactly 100 years later. In this installment, Archduke Ferdinand makes an appearance! (Spoiler: He's important to all this.)
I had a pen pal when I was a little kid. My teacher set up a program for our class with another teacher's classroom across the country.
This week we’re headed to a state filled with friends of Dorothy, Kansas.
Being the president of the United States comes with all kinds of perks, but political office can't protect a person from disease.
On this day in 1989, a couple of slackers from San Dimas, California hopped inside a time-traveling phone booth.
If you watch the speed skaters during this year’s Winter Olympics, you’ll certainly notice something strange about the footwear they’re sporting.
If television existed in the 18th and 19th centuries, Thomas Jefferson could’ve earned a living starring in Dos Equis commercials.
Let's look back at the early careers of some past and present cast members...before walkers roamed the Earth.
Now that the Olympics are well underway, you might have developed a few questions about the games' equipment. How does one steer a bobsled?
In ITV's hit show Downton Abbey, the Crawley family struggles to maintain 19th-century standards and traditions even as the 20th century rips them away.
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