Who’s ready for a history lesson?
Wait, the Queen has slept in the dungeon?!
You use these idioms all the time, but did you ever think about where they came from?
Heads up: You’re going to need some tissues for this tearjerker.
From secret coffee shops to mysterious statues, these are the little-known facts the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) typically keep under wraps.
The real reason behind phantoms is far from menacing.
No, it’s not because it’s terrible and everyone wants it to end immediately.
The rules are stricter nowadays.
We’ve all heard that our computer camera can be used to spy on us. Is it true? Is it even possible? We got the tech experts to give us the download.
Numerology predicts many life events, believers say. When will good fortune come your way?
In a story that first appeared in Reader’s Digest in 1998, logger Cal Crombie survived for 20 hours in the frigid Canadian wilderness against all odds.
If you have recurring dreams, inexplicable skills, or you just have a strong affinity for another era, you may have roamed this earth once before.
Read these strange stories about fruits and vegetables and you’ll never look at a kiwi—or a zucchini—the same way again.
Moby-Dick’s real name was…what?
Elvis should stick to his day job? Excessive smoking plays a minor role in lung cancer? Check out these seriously “d’oh!” remarks from the wrong side of history.
We can all learn a lesson in relationships from these loving animal couples.
You’ll never look at these words the same again.
“I mean, OK, if you really want to do something to show me you love me this Valentine’s Day, you can just make me something.”
The colour red is associated with Valentine’s Day because it’s scientifically linked to passion and sexuality. But given what we now know of Valentine’s Day’s sinister history, we’re wondering if the association doesn’t have more to do with blood spatter.
Time to dust off those math textbooks!