Ever think that that friend of yours looks kind of like a caveman? Well, new research suggests you might be right.
Almost 70 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, an excavation crew may have found the skull of a Japanese pilot who died in action.
Yesterday morning, the bones of Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, were exhumed from his grave in southern Germany. The bones were then cremated and scattered at sea, cemetery administrator Andreas Fabel told the Associated …
Kids can be devils sometimes, can’t they? Well, not in New Zealand, they can’t.
At long last, “Weary Herakles” will find his other half.
Remember that time that you got really bored in class and carved your initials into the desk? Well, it turns out that’s not such a good idea if you are a member of the government. And if the desk is in the state House chamber.
It’s the cat—no, the dog—fight of the week.
Jaycee Dugard has spent 18 of the 31 years of her life held in captivity. Kidnapped while walking to school as an 11 year old and freed two years ago, Dugard is now ready to share her story with the world.
Has your grandmother ever planted a big wet kiss on your cheek?
Are you a vegetarian? Stats say you’re probably a woman. You probably bid adieu to four-legged creatures for ethical reasons. And you’ll probably be a carnivore again in no time.
Penning an autobiography and being the subject of numerous books and films is practically in the job description of a US president.
It’s June 16th folks. Happy Bloomsday! If you forgot to practice your best dramatic staging of Molly’s soliloquy, fret not. Here are some more fun ways to celebrate the anniversary of Leopold Bloom’s daylong Ulysses journey.