11 “Facts” About the Civil Rights Movement That Aren’t True
Separating fact from fiction isn’t just important from a historical perspective—it’s also essential in winning today’s fight against racial injustice.
13 Unlikely Jobs U.S. Presidents Held After the White House
You can’t accuse these former presidents of resting on their laurels once they left office.
15 Martin Luther King Jr. Facts You Probably Didn’t Know
Think you know everything there is to know about the late, great civil rights leader? These Martin Luther King Jr....
50 Trivia Questions for Kids Only the Smartest Can Get Right
Test their knowledge (and yours) with a fun family trivia night!
How to Win Tic-Tac-Toe: The Strategies You Need to Master
A few simple strategies can make you a master at tic tac toe.
Thumbs-Up: The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Hand Gestures
How about a round of applause for history?
19 Classic Board Games Everyone Should Own
It's game night, and these classic board games offer up a dose of nostalgia alongside strategy and fun.
Why Do Justices Wear Black Robes?
We looked back in history to figure out why Supreme Court justices wear black robes—and where the tradition of robes...
11 Sunken Ships Around the World—And the True Stories Behind Them
Because no one can resist tales of a shipwreck.
5 Traits You Didn’t Know You Inherit from Mom (and 4 You Inherit from Dad)
Here's why men can't blame their mothers for their receding hairline anymore.
Which Is Worse for the Environment: Driving or Flying?
Not all trips are created equal—especially when you consider how they can harm the planet.
21 Fascinating Images of Everyday Objects Under a Microscope
Even the simplest objects can be incredibly complex.
The U.S. States Most Prone to Natural Disasters
Driven by climate change, natural disasters across the United States are getting more extreme, more costly, and more deadly.
Why Dollar Stores Are So Cheap
Seriously, how do they manage to sell everything from pregnancy tests to picture frames for just a dollar? We uncovered...
23 Things Your Mail Carrier Won’t Tell You
Postal workers from around the country reveal the secrets of their profession and why mail is still the country's best...
What Could Happen if the U.S. Postal Service Stopped Delivering Mail
It would mean more than the end of the Restoration Hardware catalogs...