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RoBoHon wants to be your phone and your friend.
Lodging website Airbnb isn’t hurting for unusual accommodations, but none of them have the spook factor of its latest listing.
The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 204th installment in the series. October 6, 1915: Central...Show More Summary
The powerful security lights on the international border create an orange line so bright, it can be seen from the International Space Station.
A new study finds that peptides from marine snail venom helps mice snooze.
The giant wave was so powerful that it dislodged boulders from the island's shores and swept them onto its mainland.
Hermione would be proud.
Some of the words Shakespeare coined are still mysterious centuries later.
Accidental calls are putting a strain on San Francisco's emergency dispatch system.
The principal's office had a door sign that read "Captain Hook."
Two new studies have huge environmental implications.
In 1971, it was a box office disaster. Today, the brutally dark rom-com is considered a masterpiece.
The South Florida Museum has a load to boast about.
We're happy to announce that we have teamed up with Nat Geo for a television event unlike anything you've ever seen before: Brain Surgery Live With Mental Floss. Premiering later this month, Brain Surgery Live With Mental Floss is aShow More Summary
As summer fades and cool air fills our lungs, nothing beats gazing at a warm rainbow of autumn leaves.
The bivalve mollusks will filter the water, repopulate the over-fished estuary, and hopefully help save the Bay.
Would you like a side of warm fuzzies with that?
If you watched the American version of The Office you know that Jim was constantly pranking his co-worker Dwight. You might wonder how Jim ever got any work done after spending so much time concocting new schemes—we now know exactlyShow More Summary
IKEA hopes to make the structures available to the public in the next three years.