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When Roger Ebert hated a film, he didn't mince words.
The tips move at more than 35 mph...but the trick is how you measure something so fidgety.
It's the nighttime soap you have to thank for the 1980s shoulder pad trend.
In 1977, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Dusty Baker scored a home run, inspiring a joyous reaction from fellow player Glenn Burke.
She was the first American woman in space.
Most of them burned up, but this one survives in the British Museum.
Get ready for Nerf gun duels.
Bread is banned on the ISS, but a German company aims to change that by bringing fresh rolls to microgravity.
Flip-flops are great for lounging on the beach—less so for walking around.
It won him first prize at the science fair.
Juneteenth has been celebrated since Texas slaves were told about their freedom on June 19, 1865. Here's what you need to know about the holiday.
Including a Mini Cooper built with transparent panels.
Researchers are "practically salivating" at the prospect of accessing a millennium's worth of maps, letters, and manuscripts.
It's not every day you find the brain of a saint in a cupboard.
The tiny yellow dots help law enforcement track counterfeiters.
You aren't just hearing things.
As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, June 16.
Every dog is a good dog. Some are just better helpers than others.
The peak days of American drive-ins might be behind us, but there are still plenty of these nostalgic roadside eateries available.
Poachers are using scientific papers to help find their targets.