These historical figures were like, so high, man.
Slavery lasted centuries for African Americans in the United States. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice was built to recognize this history.
In 1850, 94% of the world's population lived in extreme poverty. Today, we've managed to bring that number down to roughly 10%. And if this trend...
Atlantis may steal the mythical city spotlight, but unlike that enigma these places once thought to be fiction turned out to be all fact.
These jobs are no longer accepting applications.
Are you bored silly at work? Be thankful you’re not on the other end of the employment spectrum, where dying on the job is always a possibility.
These colorful images are far out, man.
Life’s a beach, unless you are part of a nomadic people whose existence revolves around the ever-shrinking spoils of coastal waters.
These t-shirt makers might want to check their Google Translate.
The true story of how humans saved the avocados and ensured that we would continued to have guacamole and other tasty snacks for decades to come.
Did you know a side-hustle in the 1800s started the Sears empire?
Poverty, loneliness, or something else: Why are elderly women in Japan trying to get thrown into prison?
A planet where money doesn't exist sounds to some people like paradise waiting to happen. But could we honestly survive without it?
They might not always write history, but women have been the driving force behind social movements that have helped make history.
If you want something bad enough you have to pay for it, at least according to the sellers of these ridiculously expensive ‘life perks.’
If you're in the multi-million dollar business of growing avocados and the drug cartels play the bully card, it's time to fight back.
What if the flat-earthers were right and the Earth was, in fact, flat?
There’s some pretty amazing imagery on our planet, both man-made and all-natural. Here’s all the proof you’ll need.
“It’s all in how you say it.” It’s a phrase we all know, but it explains why euphemisms are vital to the task of making negative news seem positive.
Not all pets are created equal. Some animals are just plain illegal to keep in your home in the U.S., no matter how cool they may look.
Nothing spruces up a building like a fresh coat of paint. Some street artists are taking that idea to new levels of creative expression.
Yes, there are beauty pageants for camels. And yes, some animals are being surgically enhanced to give them a leg up on their competitors.
Eating out can be an adventure for food lovers, but sometimes it’s not just about what’s on the menu that makes things exciting.
Would some good news perk you up right about now? We’ve got 20 positive stories you may have missed that might be just what you need.
The demand for certain truffles has put their price in the 6-digit range. Know any foodies that would pay that much for a tasty fungus?
From filling soda bottles to sizing breast implants, the metric system has had a quiet presence in America. Are you unknowingly already metric?
Swatting has evolved from being an expensive childish prank played on celebrities to a deadly threat linked directly to online gaming. Why?
2017 had its ups and downs, but through it all there was one cold hard fact: we definitely learned some pretty awesome things along the way.
Here’s the thing about Mother Nature’s animal kingdom-even the softest and fuzziest of critters can kill you. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Would having a pipeline under your town flowing with beer be a dream come true for you? If so, you might want to consider moving to Bruges.