A new study hypothesizes that we derive health benefits from just staring at a comfy fire, or even video of a comfy fire! Trace explains why a toasty hearth might make a dent in your blood pressure.
From nut rage to free-music foibles to hacked emails, we recall the troubles of some of 2014's high-profile, and deeply apologetic, people.
Roughly 9,000 years ago, humans had mastered farming to the point where food was plentiful. Then, abruptly, these proto-cities were abandoned for millennia.
Which state is most curious about ferrets? A real-estate site has found the answer.
The guru's followers says he tells them during meditation that he will return, so they're keeping his body.
The U.K. sci-fi comedy 'The World's End' draws from a long tradition of social science fiction.
A five-year study pins the blame for abuse not on the priests, but on the culture of the 1960s. Really?
There are far more vampires than most Americans are familiar with. Here is a sampling from around the world.
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