The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
Nowhere was Arnold ever as tough and funny as when James Cameron’s True Lies hit the big screen in the summer of 1994.
All-Stars on contending teams may have cause to try their hardest once they get to the Midsummer Classic, but what motivates them to get there? And I mean that in the most cynical sense.
How an architect revolutionized the basketball shoe.
Shameful secrets from the clandestine agency's food court.
How’s your summer going? Attempted any impossible feats yet? If not, perhaps the August issue of mental_floss magazine will inspire you to get out of the pool and do something incredible.
Here’s everything you need to know about the movie that taught us drinking beer isn’t just something you do with friends—it’s something you dominate.
Late night hosts occasionally took on hard news and featured interviews with the serious intelligentsia of the day.
For most of us, making sand castles while playing at the beach is pure fun. But for professional sand sculptors, building art from sand is real work.
If I were a supervillain, I’d want my name to be Vantablack. Unfortunately, that moniker is already taken, but not by a Hollywood bad guy.
Richard Nixon was hoping for a light-hearted, impromptu concert at the White House, but the Man in Black delivered a full-frontal musical attack on the president's policies.
“That reminds me…” When Lincoln uttered those three simple words, you knew it was time to get comfy.