Where can you go to see some of the things they have retrieved from the wreck of the Titanic – or maybe even see the actual sunken ship?
What creates meteor showers, and where can you find out the best times and places to see lots of these shooting stars?
After you toss your empties into the recycling bin, where do your bottles and jars go? The glass recycling journey is simpler than you may think.
Where do the major league teams play their spring training baseball games? Find out here.
What is the purpose of that little thing that hangs down in the back of your throat? It’s called the uvula, and here are the basics.
How many people have ever lived on Earth in all of time? Is it even possible to answer this question? Yes, it is possible.
If you’re confused about what kind of oil to use in your car — and how often you need to get an oil change — here are some tips to help.
News reports and court cases have led many people to reconsider where they keep their money. So what’s the difference between banks and credit unions?
From Game of Thrones to the How to Train Your Dragon movies, you might wonder: are dragons real – or were they once?
We’ve all heard the terms, but what’s behind that song or album’s gold or platinum record status? Here are the numbers.
Though many say that cats have domesticated humans – rather than the other way around – from a scientific perspective, when were cats first kept as pets?
You hopefully have at least one fire extinguisher at home — but do you know when to use it, or how? Here are the basics.
What does the octane rating of gas mean? Is it bad that you just put the cheap stuff in all the time – or should you spring for premium fuel? Here’s what you need to know.
I just realized I can recite the opening to Law & Order in my sleep, but I have no idea who actually says those words. Who is that guy? Has he done anything else? “In the Criminal Justice System, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important groups: The police who investigate crime,…
What’s the average height for men and women? If you’re curious how you measure up, we have some numbers for you.
Hand dryers are environmentally-friendly, sure – but ‘more sanitary to use than paper’? Not so much.
Was it something you ate? If you feel sick – really sick – how can you track down the cause of food poisoning? Get some tips here.
Where in the world did we get the custom of saying ‘bless you’ every time someone sneezes? We take a look way, way back to find out.
Why can’t you pump your own gas in New Jersey and Oregon, and have to pay for full-service? Self-service works for all the other states, so why make it illegal?
Where can you find out how to measure and calculate your BMI – and how does it relate to whether or not you’re overweight?