We've all struggled with blinds, but when crooner Bing Crosby couldn't take it anymore, he invented a holder for window sashes
The city of Troy, Michigan, unearths a cache of letters from the political and intellectual stars of more than 40 years ago
The show usually kills with its quips one-liners, but this week it focused on making its audience laugh with actions rather than words
A new book takes you into the warden's home and mysterious tunnels, showing off the island's forgotten history
Beyond clothing, the man once known as Ralph Lifshitz also designs, bedding, towels, cologne and, apparently, furniture
The verbal slip-up doesn't just happen because the words are similar. It has to do with how the brain processes language.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, unusual destinations from a giant crystal kingdom to an underwater collection of sculptures
In this week's episode, the kids get wise to their moms' manipulation tactics
Bianca Chang urges us to reconsider the potential of paper by transforming blank sheets into complex sculptures
I want to clean out my entire Google Reader and start over from scratch. Is there a way to delete every feed all at once or do I have to manually unsubscribe to each?
The jocular host of a popular science television show developed a shoe that's built to better support dancers than previous designs
Even a royal wedding is conventional compared to getting married at a doughnut shop or among thousands of skeletons
I've created a great Google Reader account with hundreds of RSS feeds organized into categories. But it's trapped, tied to one email address. I'd like to transfer it over to another account. Is that possible or must I abandon it?
Where are people choking on smog, and where can they stay healthy? The American Lung Association has answers.
Sure, cement is reliable, but this artist has come up with a more colorful, more whimsical way to fill unsightly potholes
The American Beverage Association's CEO and an official from the National Institutes of Health face off at our Food Summit
We might not like to admit it, but our gadgets define us. Whether you own a Mac or a PC, it says something about your inner you.
While the Mikiphone's metal case looks small enough to travel with, it takes quite a bit of assembly to get into working order