Think you have what it takes to win Jeopardy!? You’ll have to brush up on some of these topics—these truly confounded the contestants.
These classics capture the valour and the sacrifice, the grit and the grace, of our heroes.
With the From Hand to Hand calendar, former federal civil servant Valerie Noftle uses photography to support homeless veterans.
These lucky creatures have found the fountain of youth.
Winning isn’t everything… except actually, it is.
When you’ve been married 70 years, you’re bound to have some cute nicknames for each other—and Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth are no exception.
More than a hundred years after its creation, John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields” lives on as a cornerstone of Remembrance Day.
Prepare to have your mind blown: Here are just a few of the misleading names we commonly use for foods, animals, inventions, historical events and more.
The royal family makes plenty of international trips every year. But when it comes to official business, how large is their budget, exactly?
The 300 artists who protested it, the woman who married it, the man who really designed it, and more
These are exciting times, with amazing scientific breakthroughs happening every day that promise to help improve our health, decode the ancient past and change the way we think about our world. ScienceNews.org helped us compile this list of some of 2017’s coolest discoveries so far.
Don’t forget to turn back your clocks at 2:00 a.m. on Nov. 5, 2017! As daylight saving time (DST) strikes again, we’re debunking six of the most common myths about this frequently misunderstood practice.
Be warned: these hairy quips from Jimmy Kimmel, Hannibal Buress and others will touch the depths of your soul patch.
Love ’em or hate ’em, moustaches are having a moment. Here’s everything you wanted to know about them—and an answer to the question: What is Movember?
Need to tickle a skeleton’s funny bone? Try one of these.
Terrify yourself tonight with nine overlooked horror films that just might scare you to death.
In Europe, the Holocaust claimed the lives of 1.5 million children. Only about 1,000 “unaccompanied” children—those travelling without their parents—were allowed into the U.S. The 50 saved by Gil and Eleanor Kraus comprised the largest single group.
In a story that first appeared in Reader’s Digest Canada in 2013, sportscaster Ron MacLean could only stand by and watch as a gutsy ER doctor brought his wife Cari back to life.
Want to get a first-person peek into the lives of some extraordinary people? Add these exhilarating autobiographies to your list of must-reads.
There are some human errors that only humans can catch.