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.
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.
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.
Here’s our picks for INSH's Top 20 Interesting People of 2017, along with their underknown and amazing accomplishments.
Santa Claus isn't just a big guy with a fantastic beard in a red suit. Which version of Santa will you be leaving cookies out for?
Think trying to keep your credit score respectable is tough? China is taking that concept to a new extreme, and everyone will be scrutinized.
Do you think your friends and family have some weird Christmas traditions? They might seem normal compared to these.
Christmas season in the United States is not exclusive to one belief system, so why shouldn’t American Muslims get in on the festive spirit?
Two men with severe disabilities have teamed up to form an unstoppable tree-planting tandem, turning what was once a wasteland into a forest.
Do you know the origin stories of your favorite foods? We're betting you wouldn't recognize some of them when they're still in the fields.
A duck-facing Paris Hilton is claiming the selfie as her creation. Paris, you know cameras were around before iPhones, right?
For some people, a rhino horn is a commodity to collect that has the species on the cusp of extinction. How far would you go to save them?
How did Black Friday become America's shop-til-you-drop day? It involves a crisis that has nothing to do with not being the first in line.
America loves food. You know what else it loves? Throwing perfectly good, uneaten food in the trash. It's a billion-dollar nationwide problem.
Think you've been stuck in some ridiculous traffic jams? You won't believe what drivers in China are dealing with.
Home is where the heart is, and for these residents that meant the heart was surrounded by construction, roads, malls and skyscrapers.
You may stand to sing it now, but in its earliest form America's national anthem was more of a tune you got tipsy and stumbled around to.
These senior citizens are showing death who's boss by using their impending afterlife as a reason to hang out and build their own coffins.
In an era when food was a luxury for most Americans, dance marathons could mean the difference between a decent meal or going to bed hungry.