Visit a waterfall at dusk and you may see moonbows—nighttime rainbows.
Bob, Gordon, and Luis have left Sesame Street. Let's celebrate our neighbors!
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The latest addition to the 'Harry Potter' franchise comes out this weekend.
The Russian women's gymnastics team hadn't been defeated in 48 years. To do it, Kerri Strug had to jump with a torn ankle.
Canadians can now post travel campaigns in the hopes of getting family and friends to subsidize their trips.
The campaign coincides with the launch of a new Random House book, "One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote."
The "CreepyFig" is one toy your kids probably won't be putting on their wish lists.
Some of these books are well over a thousand years old.
Researchers say these gases “affect our brain, mind, and behavior.”
Disney picked its original July 1982 release date just to mess with an ex-employee.
The research supports the existence of a condition that some previously called imaginary.
Ice cream shouldn't be the only frozen dessert on your radar.
The author's unfinished manuscript contains many odd characteristics, including a kind of precursor to the paperclip.
If you’re grandiloquent, then you like to use extravagant, high-flown words—precisely like the 50 verbs listed here, which either refer to everyday activities or else can be used in place of everyday
Back in the 1980s, you could call a 1-900 number to talk to Freddy Krueger.
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