E.B. White of Charlotte's Web fame is the "White" of Strunk and White.
Pipers piping? Geese-a-laying? Five goool-den rings? What is this song all about?
Perhaps something in our Historical Gift Guide will sound like the perfect present for the person in your life who has everything—everything except a 69-carat diamond, an eagle made of beer can tabs,
Coffee may seem harmless, but its historical rap sheet is a mile long.
Here's what some famous toys looked like in their early days, including Barbie, LEGO bricks, and Mr. Potato Head.
When Gene Autry sang “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” in 1949, he only did it because his wife made him.
Humans have been giving toasts for as long as there’s been alcohol and an excuse to party with it. But why did we start clinking glasses after a few good words?
Peter Jackson's latest J.R.R. Tolkein-based film, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug hits theaters today. But Tolkein's books haven't just inspired films.
Matt Soniak answers today's Big Question.
When it comes time to make a big decision in your life, you want all the help you can get.
Some of the most influential people who ever lived have had a fascination with Dionaea muscipula. Here are 11 facts guaranteed to inspire one of your own.