There are several treaties that manage what countries — and companies — can do in outer space. Some of them are more useful than others.
In the wake of World War II, the U.S. continued its nuclear research. In that period, a single nuclear core was at the center of two fatal accidents.
From a small park in Texas to a sprawling corporation that then underwent bankruptcy, this is the story of Six Flags.
In 2005, Six Flags New Orleans closed ahead of Hurricane Katrina. It would never reopen.
If the Easy-Bake Oven wasn't your jam in the 1960s (or 90s), Thingmaker was ready for you, giving you the chance to make bug-like creatures named Creepy Crawlers.
One cooked treats with lightbulbs, the other made pressed juice for rich people. Both had their issues.
You may remember hearing this episode. Or you may not.
It's time for some more weird sports: combat juggling, deep-water soloing and land sailing.
In 1988, almost a dozen people were killed, with many more injured, when a truck carrying liquefied propane crashed and exploded in Memphis, TN.
On occasion, a large, remote area of the Pacific Ocean will catch a falling satellite or spacecraft.