Some books feel like they were written specifically so that they could be turned into movies: books like The Count of Monte Cristo, The Godfather, or, more recently, Harry Potter and The Hunger Games read like cinematic storylines committed to paper. With the release of ambitious adaptations of Cloud Atlas and Anna Karenina, we’ve been thinking
Hey Guys, a piece of advice when you rise and shine tomorrow morning: Remember to grab something to eat. It'll help keep you healthy for life. Because, though it may seem counterintuitive, a new study suggests that skipping breakfast may actually lead to obesity, among other serious medical conditions, especially for men.
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Any time there's a scientific study, it's always worth it to ask yourself about every factor involved, before taking the report to heart. That's because while science is great, scientists sometimes aren't. They're people just like anyone else, and people do things for specific reasons (cough, cough — money). So while there's plenty of reasons
It turns out the "second most important job in the land" has somehow been occupied by a range of weird and/or criminal elements that you probably never heard of, ranging from Elbridge Gerry (who?) to Spiro Agnew (eww). Here’s our list of the weirdest, most interesting, most entertaining VP stories in history:
Aaron Burr Shoots Alexander
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