They're more creepy than cute.
She's remembered for raising the alarm over the dangers of pollution and pesticides in her 1962 bestseller.
The Fibonacci sequence is all over nature. It’s also in a bunch of poems.
What began as a summer camp for just 34 children has grown into a worldwide sporting event for 7000 athletes from around the world.
Find out why children are given Easter baskets and why residents in Bermuda fly kites on Good Friday, as well as the origins of nine other Easter traditions.
These time capsules are set to be unsealed tens, hundreds, and thousands of years in the future.
Were Dorothy, Blanche, Rose, and Sophia part of an organized crime syndicate? Ponder this and other 'The Golden Girls' fan theories over a slice of cheesecake.
Here's what some famous toys like Barbie, LEGO bricks, and Mr. Potato Head looked like in their early days.
The Dairy Maid, Invalid Cooking, and House Matron badges that Girl Scouts of yore worked toward seem a little outdated today.
Although the first few years of the National Park Service were dominated by male employees, it didn’t take long for women to make their marks.
It's said that everyone gets to be a bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. In that case, it's only fair that everyone has a few words of Gaelic origin ready.
Sugar nor spice could keep these long-lost candies on shelves forever.
Throughout history, sea travel has provided a watery road to modern globalism. Here are 11 incredible sea voyages that advanced our understanding of the world.
Find out more about the life of Kitty O'Brien Joyner, NASA's first female engineer.
Ospreys were once threatened by hunting and pesticides, but these birds of prey made a dramatic comeback.
Love songs are like Rorschach tests—or, to put it more romantically, puffy clouds. We hear in them what we want, and that leaves lots of room for misinterpretation.
Audre Lorde’s poems, speeches, and books helped write the future of feminism. Here are some facts about the woman behind the work.
Funko Pops aren't the only fun thing you can shop for from this brand—you can also get board games inspired by 'Back to the Future,' Godzilla, and more.
"The detachment had already happened in my mind ... It's no longer my arm. As I picked up the knife, I was very cool and collected."
From writing a salty letter of insults to rid yourself of unwanted attention to using a key to ward off epilepsy, here are 11 of the oddest old-timey Valentine’s Day traditions from years past.
From Ansault pears to passenger pigeons, you'll likely never find these delicacies from days past on a menu ever again.
Scurvy’s mysterious cause wasn’t identified until the 20th century. Here are a few facts from the disease's long and miserable history.