France’s King Louis XIV passed away on this date in 1715. On the 300th anniversary of the death of one of the longest-serving monarchs in European history, read seven surprising facts about the “Sun King.”
Celebrating his tenth season on Syfy's 'Ghost Hunters,' investigator Jason Hawes reveals why the living can end up being freakier than the dead. Oh, and if you can't get Jason to hunt for ghosts in your town, don't worry: there's an app for that...
Twenty years ago today, the Microsoft Corporation introduced the Windows 95 computer operating system. To celebrate the anniversary, here's a look at some fun facts about the company's famed co-founder.
Twenty-eight years ago today, 'Dirty Dancing' opened in theaters all across America and made us "have the time of our lives." To celebrate, we uncovered some invaluable lessons through the film's best lines.
Today in 1953, Dr. Alfred Kinsey released his book Sexual Behavior in the Human Female. While Kinsey is lauded as the father of American sexology, Dr. Clelia Mosher preceded him decades earlier with her groundbreaking Victorian sex survey.
On August 14, 1935, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed The Social Security Act into law. To remember FDR, who profoundly changed America with his New Deal programs, we’re taking a look at some fascinating facts about his life and legacy.