Toilets spew invisible aerosol plumes with every flush. How do we know? The proof was captured by high-powered lasers.
Generations have grown up watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas." But what does baseball legend Willie Mays have to do with this beloved animated special?
By Mark Mancini
We all grew up playing 'Ring Around the Rosie.' But what does it even mean?
Few former U.S. presidents have ever run again, but even fewer have won. What does this mean for Donald Trump?
If money was no problem, how much would you spend on a car, painting or house? We've got the items with the biggest price tags here.
For decades Bob Lazar talked about a mysterious element 115 that could power alien spacecraft. People thought he was nuts, but scientists discovered element 115 in 2003. What can that element do?
The unlikely symbiotic relationship of solar panels and agriculture is known as agrivoltaics. Is it coming to a farm near you?
The baguette is the most popular kind of bread eaten in France. So it only makes sense UNESCO would protect it as an iconic part of its cultural heritage.
The Netflix docuseries "Harry & Meghan" has revived memories of other royal scandals. Which ones really rocked the monarchy?
By Dave Roos
Point d'Alençon Lace is a needlepoint lace that originated in Alençon, France. It's delicate and rare and takes years to master. Why is it so different from other lace?
Does beautiful presentation actually lead to a better-liked gift? Or is it the other way around? Science takes a stab at understanding the psychology of expectations.
By Erick M. Mas
Both white vinegar and cleaning vinegar can be used to clean, but the two are definitely not interchangeable. So, what's the difference?
Is 'Jim Wilson' really a code name airlines use to refer to a corpse being transported on a plane? Or just an urban myth?
Grateful that U.S. law ensures decent working conditions and children go to school instead of working in mines? Thank Florence Kelley and her congressman father, William "Pig Iron" Kelley.