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The holiday toy craze of 1983 inspired a line of counterfeit Kids that were stuffed with flammable rags. Collect 'em all!
Spoiler alert: it's not.
Suffering from dysentery? Grab some beans!
You've always wondered, so let's set the record straight.
The actress invented a technology that would become the basis for Wi-Fi, but it wasn’t until 1990 that her accomplishments were recognized—which is the subject of a new documentary.
The faux-stuntman is famous for his cartoonish sketches—but a tank nearly crushed him for real.
From slip-resistant yoga mats to smoothie makers, we've got ideas for the fitness enthusiast in your life.
They can usually tell if you're shipping drugs.
While the wait for more ‘Stranger Things’ has just begun, we do know a few intriguing details about the upcoming third season.
Thank the hooch.
And yes, you can actually go there.
It's the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season, but where did this tradition start? And just how big is it?
For more than 50 years, the toy truck has been a holiday rarity: a gas station gift that people actually want.
Help your favorite runner reach their mileage goals year-round.
There are six words written on a board. Can you guess the correct one based on these clues?
Some of your favorite foods had a little help from the canning industry, early farmers, and possibly Napoleon.
Here's a hint: It doesn't have anything to do with whether it's been inside a dead bird.
Even Alexander Hamilton wanted you to eat turkey at Thanksgiving.