My life as the infamous "Soup Boy."
Social scientists are broadly in agreement that the less education you have, the more likely you are to die an early death.
Remember the good seasons of "The Simpsons"? They're back — in meme form!
Because no one wants to seem grumpy in the conference room.
Meet @BennyWillard, the frat guy who's bringing the brochet movement into the mainstream — one super-cute crop top at a time.
How Leo got caught up in a money-laundering scheme that screwed the Malaysian people out of billions.
Karl Meszaros is 48 years old, and he'll be the first to tell you he's in the midst of a midlife crisis.
And that can also include halal memes, 9/11 conspiracy theories and lots and lots of Bollywood YouTube videos.
Russet? Sweet? Mashed? Which is most likely to turn me into a saggy-bellied leprechaun?
The reasons are varied, but one thing is certain: The cheating gender gap is quickly closing between those under 30.
Technically, they don't weigh anything — but we all know they're dragging us down.
Strength training was supposed to be for everyone — but now we're getting priced out.
The science around music therapy is nascent, but there's no doubt that it's already saving lives.
His step-daughter Alissa disappeared nearly 20 years ago. New evidence suggests the now-infamous case is even darker than it looks.
Regular daily naps can add years to your life, leaving lots of extra time for naps.
What it's like to lose your sight, but not your vision.
Panda Express, McDonald's or Taco Bell? Whose healthy item is kinda good for you?
Tim Apple is not Tim Cook's real name — he's a window-blinds salesman and part-time Santa Claus in Michigan. He still loves Trump — even though the president has effectively erased him from Google
Fake drugs have been shown to be at least as effective as antidepressants at treating mental illness, so why does your prescription still say "Prozac"?
You can retire in 10 years if you save more than 50 percent of your income — but at what cost?