What do you call it when adults dress in kitschy prints, slouchy overalls, and other fashions normally left to preschoolers? A trend called "toddlercore."
Los Angeles thought they were avoiding a costly PR blunder when they banned napping by sanitation workers. That turned out to be a very expensive mistake.
Some Swiss citizens are organizing a contest to replace their national anthem with something a bit more modern, less monk.
British Airways is testing a high-tech "happiness blanket" that changes colors to indicate a passenger's in-flight mood.
A new collaboration between "genius society" Mensa and dating site Match.com helps the super-smart seeking a meeting of the minds.
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We are all ears (sorry) for a story about an artist/scientist who has re-grown Vincent Van Gogh's famously severed ear.
The expression "Gung-Ho" entered the American vocabulary through the Marine Corps - but it was picked up by the Marines from an unexpected source.
Studies suggest that swearing can have physiological benefits and help to ease pain and stress.
For years, the mega-trend in advertising was to make the consumer laugh. These days, though, it seems that advertising creatives are swinging to the sentimental.