An explanation for why every ad from the Big Game came across as just eh.
Pennies are dead, but one company lobbies Congress to keep them alive.
From the first selfie to the selfie stick, here's the surprisingly long history of photography in five minutes.
ASAP Science looks at the more effective way to lose weight: Exercise or diet.
Please open up your textbooks to the most interesting history lesson you'll ever see.
A caffeinated countdown of little-known facts about everyone's favorite beverage.
Robert Waldinger talks about what's been learned about happiness from a 75-year long study on adult development.
TechBuilder shows you how to make your own smartphone-controlled BB-8 with household materials.
Here's what would happen if you ditched the water for eight glasses of soda per day.
A beginners guide to capturing the beauty of water, wind, and fire.
The tale of a German chemist, a milkman, and the little green tree hanging from your rearview mirror.
A look at mass extinction through history, and the human effect on extinctions today.
Science has shown that those trolls in the comment section really are narcissistic, sadistic, psychopathic jerks.
Andy George reverts back to ancient methods to make a book completely by hand, setting him back $400.
The story of the how the spineless roadside eye-catcher came to be is finally told.
Here are a few ways science can help you stick to those pesky New Year's resolutions.
It doesn't have to be the Fourth of July to make an awesome roman candle minigun.
Filmmaker IQ explains everything you need to know about the most critical part of any camera.
No one and everyone — but like everything else involving humans, it isn't that simple.
Your dear grandma probably doesn't need a coffin that costs as much as your car.