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Are you a wise Marcus Aurelius? A dignified Augustus? Perhaps the cultured Hadrian? Or maybe the diabolical Nero?
Refresh your Memorial Day knowledge with the quiz below!
If you haven't heard Matt Stutzman's story yet, you should.
You may not be able to spell them, but do you know their definitions?
Is it possible that the current generation of children is increasingly void of knowledge when it comes to creating things for themselves?
Never underestimate the sex appeal of intelligence.
'Imagine it … a Disney princess who is gay and happy at the same time.'
Does the public have a decidedly negative view of masculinity?
Would we see less social discord if more Americans responded to their complaints with the attitude which Gehrig took?
A new poll released by the Washington Post could be the nail in the coffin.
In his final scene, Maximus undergoes what may be termed a gladiator’s “deathbed conversion.”
Her crime? Packing a toy gun that emitted soap bubbles.
Would we see happier, more functional American families if parents made a more conscious effort to slow down, eliminate distractions, and spend quality time with their children?
Tolkien once called Lord of the Rings “a fundamentally religious and Catholic work." Here are (about) 18 examples showing what he meant.
Oxford researchers say there is a surprisingly high chance that humans get wiped out by a nuclear holocaust. Or volcanoes. Or an asteroid. Or crafty machines.
It's a persistent claim and the theme of a popular book.
How the media missed Donald Trump’s ascendancy.
People will generally get one question wrong, and one right.
One of the most dramatic events in American history is shrouded in mystery and oddity.
Between 2011 and 2015 the number of American adults who didn’t read a book in the course of a single year went from 1 in 5 to fewer than 1 in 4.
There seems to be a great deal of confusion on who classifies as a "friend."
The genre was sneered at for years by those who viewed it as "low-class, childish, and quasi-pornographic."
In a world where quick wit and self-interest are the norm, Franklin’s words are worthy of reflection.
We make up to 35,000 decisions a day. Try to avoid these ways of thinking.
Subjects receive electric signals as they sleep, and results show they outperform the placebo group by a hefty margin.
People do it all the time.
Learn and laugh at the same time.
"It’s worse than you could ever imagine.”