The USDA allows the term "wyngz" for wing-like chicken products that contain no wing meat.
Our eight-part Be More Interesting series will teach you new skills to wow your friends. Today, Joey from Twitter shows host Max Silvestri how to rip a phone book in half.
Sometimes when clothing retailers love bargains (and bargain shoppers) very much, they forgo the traditional department store route and venture off-price.
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As we head into the first college football weekend of the season, let's celebrate with a little history.
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Many cultures have long-standing traditional ways to celebrate birthdays that don’t involve a sugar rush.
Since 1872, Popular Science has been on the cutting edge. From the fanciful to the dead-on, here are some of their most enjoyable covers.
scientists working with capuchin monkeys in South America had often seen the monkeys grabbing certain types of millipedes, crushing them and then massaging the dead insects into their fur.
In the 1960s, much effort was made to predict technologies of the future. They weren't always this accurate.