In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.
During his career, the Emmy-winning voice actor added over 100 movie and television credits to his resumé.
Most of them aren't exactly people who can handle a basketball like Meadowlark Lemon.
The fecal samples taken from hibernating bears were less diverse than those of their counterparts.
The truth is out there—and ready to be colored in.
Here's a high-tech cure for your lead foot habit.
He left to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at age 22, and didn't come home for almost 30 years.
The folks at the American Chemical Society have got you covered for game day.
The hit sitcom culminated in one of the most memorable finales in the history of television.
Those breathy vowels are so 'ooh la la.'
A timelapse shot out of a Chicago high-rise captures what happens when large sections of the lake freeze over.
Even Marie Antoinette couldn't compete with these gorgeous productions.
Losing your job doesn’t have to spell financial ruin (or a diet of ramen noodles).
UCLA students interview David Lynch in the oil fields in West Hollywood where 'Eraserhead' was filmed.
The product turns your smartphone into a solo theater screen.
Watching Bernie Mitchell create elaborate sculptures with drywall is surprisingly relaxing.